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Republican critic of Trump may run for president following midterms

Governor Larry Hogan of Maryland has been critical of former President Donald Trump, and following the elections, he may run for president in 2024.

According to CNY Central, Hogan told CBS News he’s closer to jumping in the race for president after this election.

Hogan referred to the results of the election as a much better night for Republicans running as common sense conservatives. As for Trump backed Republicans, many of them lost.


Not all lost though, including JD Vance who will take a Senate seat in Ohio. In Hogan’s state, Republican Dan Cox lost to Democrat Wes Moore/ Hogan failed to endorse Cox due him being aligned with Trump.

Hogan said he looks forward to leading a movement of “normal Republicans” and had felt like he was on a lifeboat by himself before, with everyone in his party on the “Trump Titanic.”

It’s possible that other conservatives will now come forward and be open and honest over their disapproval of former President Donald Trump.

Unfortunately for Hogan, his run for president may not last since nobody outside of his state has really heard of him. Despite this, the election has created even more Trump critics, which isn’t what Trump had in mind.

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