Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan is now taking an open and firms stance against the prospect of former President Trump potentially running for and winning another term in 2024.
The Details: Hogan claimed the ‘stakes are too high’ for the country to consider the prospect of another Trump term after the 2024 elections.
For this and other reasons, Hogan is attempting to warn his fellow party members against supporting the former President in the upcoming presidential elections cycle.
Hogan joins fellow GOP Governor Asa Hutchinson in criticizing the prospect of another Trump term in office, with Hutchinson saying ‘anybody who wants to talk about the last election is going to lose the next election.’
Since leaving office former President Trump has continually discussed the results of the 2020 elections and gone on to state his belief that the results were illegitimate.
Hogan has a history of attacking Trump, saying last year that ‘Personally, I’d prefer endorsements from people who didn’t lose Maryland by 33 points’ after the former President endorsed a primary challenger seeking to unseat Hogan.