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GOP Gov. Silences Trump With Brutal Tweet About Not Getting His Endorsement

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Larry Hogan slams Donald Trump

Maryland Republican Gov. Larry Hogan knocked Donald Trump on Monday after the former president called him a “RINO” and said he “has been terrible for our Country and is against the America First Movement” while announcing that he was endorsing Maryland state Del. Daniel Cox (R) for governor in next year’s GOP primary.

“Personally, I’d prefer endorsements from people who didn’t lose Maryland by 33 points,” Hogan wrote on Twitter in response to Trump’s announcement.

Hogan, who is barred from running for reelection due to term limits, is backing state Commerce Secretary Kelly Schultz in the race.

As reported by The New York Times, Trump lost the 2020 presidential election in Maryland to President Biden by 33.2 percentage points.

Hogan has been a fierce critic of Trump. After the 2020 election, Hogan condemned the then-president for prematurely declaring victory and later blamed him for inciting the Jan. 6 attack on the U.S. Capitol.