Governor Larry Hogan is not a Trump supporter. He’s never been one and he happy to relay that message to anyone who will listen.
Hogan spoke at a New Hampshire event called “Politics and Eggs,” on Tuesday with the message that people had talked to him about running in 2020, but he classified that idea as a “suicide mission.”
He chastised the RNC for supporting the “Dear Leader,” during his speech. I live in Maryland, so I know about Hogan to a certain extent. I don’t follow him because he can’t support the President.
When Hogan was asked about the RNC January voting and giving President Trump the party’s full support, Hogan answered with this:
“I was pretty critical of that. You know, and not that the Republican National Committee doesn’t have the right to support the sitting president, but to change the rules and to insist 100 percent loyalty to the Dear Leader, it just didn’t sound very much like the Republican Party that I grew up in, working for Ronald Reagan and supporting George Bush.”
Hogan wants to “return to a more Republican party.”