ANNAPOLIS, Md. (AP) — Former President Donald Trump and Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan aren’t ready till 2024 to struggle over the way forward for the Republican Occasion.
Approaching the ultimate months of his second time period, Hogan is encouraging GOP voters to rally behind gubernatorial candidate Kelly Schulz, who served as labor secretary and commerce secretary in his administration. Trump, nonetheless, is backing Dan Cox, a state legislator who has stated President Joe Biden’s victory shouldn’t have been licensed, referred to as former Vice President Mike Pence a “traitor” and sought to question Hogan for his pandemic insurance policies.