Maryland GOP Governor Larry Hogan stated recently that he will not commit to voting for President Trump in November.
Hogan is one of the most popular governors in the United States and has expressed his interest in running for president in 2024.
According to Town Hall:
“You know, I’m going to try to make that decision like everybody else in America,” Hogan said. “I think we’ve got a long way to go. And I think right now, if the election were held today, the President would be in real trouble. But he’s certainly got time to turn things around. And I’m hoping that he’s able to get some of these things taken care of.”
Hewitt expressed his surprise that it wouldn’t be “easy” for him to support Trump over Joe Biden.
“You know, every Republican governor out there, I expect to say I’m with the ticket. Now you’ve been a Reagan conservative since ’76. You’re not going to vote for Donald Trump over Joe Biden? That’s not easy to answer?” the radio host asked.
“Well, no, I mean, there’s, there are other choices,” Hogan said. “I didn’t make that choice between Hillary and Donald Trump the first time. I did a write-in for my dad, who I had a lot of respect for and who we could probably touch on with your Nixon background there. But you know, it’s, it’s not a black or white decision.”
Hogan was on the Hugh Hewitt show discussing his new book, “Still Standing,” with the conservative radio host.