Governor Larry Hogan ridiculed Trump for supporting a major challenger for his preferred successor.
He said he rather wanted “support from those who hadn’t lost 33 points in Maryland.”
Jab (a reference to Trump’s poor performance in 2020 in Maryland) escalate long-term feuds.
Maryland Governor Larry Hogan ridiculed Donald Trump after the former president approved Hogan’s priority successor rivals.
“Personally, I want support from people who haven’t lost 33 points to Maryland,” Hogan wrote on Twitter.
It was after Trump announced that he would support Maryland’s representative Daniel Cox in the Maryland Governor’s primary next year.
Hogan is a moderate Republican who has long been critical of Trump and accused him of inciting the January 6 riots.
His words seem to be in favor of Trump’s now infamous attack on the war records of the late Senator John McCain, who “likes those who weren’t caught” about McCain’s time as a prisoner of war in Vietnam. “.
so May CNN InterviewHogan said the party had a “worst four years” during Trump’s presidency.
Playing cards in His support for Cox Hogan was described as “RINO” or “Republican by name only.” This is a common insult to Republicans who criticize him. Logan “is terrible for our country and opposes America’s first movement,” Trump said.
Rivalry is part of the fight to take over Hogan, who is barred from running for governor again under Maryland’s two-term restrictions. The Governor supports the replacement of Secretary of Commerce Kelly Schultz.
“Secretary Shulz has done a great job for us over the last seven years.” Hogan was reported by local media at a press conference on Tuesday. “She will be a great governor. I will be fully involved in helping her.”
He ridiculed Cox, who has supported Trump’s allegations of fraudulent election fraud, as “QAnon’s bang job.”
Mr. Trump praised Mr. Cox as “a tough lawyer and a smart businessman” who fought “a fraudulent presidential election at every stage.”
Trump supported the Republican’s main rivals who criticized the Republican Party. He is trying to solidify his support for the Republican Party and stir up rumors of a bid for 2024.
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