Still stepping shy of announcing a presidential run, former Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan said Sunday morning on “Meet the Press” that if his own candidacy were to contribute to helping former President Donald Trump win back the White House, it’d be “a pretty good reason to consider not running.” “I care about making sure we have a future for the Republican Party,” Hogan told Chuck Todd on the weekly NBC show. “And if we can stop Donald Trump and elect a great Republican, common-sense conservative leader, then certainly that would be a factor.” Since leaving the governor’s office a month ago, Hogan has ramped up his teases of running for president in 2024 but has not committed to a campaign. Earlier this month, Hogan said on Fox News he was giving “very serious consideration” to a presidential run.
Former Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan says he’d consider forgoing presidential run if campaign would help Donald Trump win
February 20, 2023