Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan said Sunday that his family has felt the effects of discrimination over the past year amid a wave of racism against Asian Americans during the coronavirus pandemic. Hogan’s wife, Yumi Hogan, is Korean American. Speaking to Jake Tapper on CNN’s “State of the Union,” the Republican governor called the attacks on Asian Americans “outrageous” and “unacceptable.” “My wife, my three daughters, my grandkids, all Asian, and they — they have felt some discrimination personally,” Hogan said.
Maryland Gov. Hogan says his family has felt Asian prejudice: ‘It’s something we have to get under control’
March 15, 2021