Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan is not in favor of a Trump run in 2024.
The Republican governor believes that former President Donald Trump running in 2024 would not be suitable for Republicans.
"I think it would be bad for the [Republican] Party, bad for President Trump, and bad for the country," Hogan told Fox News's Brett Baier on Sunday. "I don't think he's gonna run, and my advice would be that he didn't."
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Baier asked Hogan if he was considering a presidential run. Hogan said he intended to finish out his term as Maryland governor first in 2023, then consider his options.
Hogan also told Baier that Maryland is "not considering any lockdowns" despite the growing spread of the omicron variant in the United States. Hogan gestured at the state's high vaccine rate, as 90% of Maryland residents 18 or older have received at least one dose of the vaccine to date.
Hogan had regularly criticized the Trump administration and pro-Trump Republicans in Congress. In May, Hogan accused the GOP of "doubling down on failure" after the party decided to oust Rep. Liz Cheney from her position as the chairwoman of the House Republican Conference.
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He's also argued that the party is turning into a "circular firing squad" regarding matters involving former President Donald Trump.