GOP governor: "A couple" of Trump's Cabinet secretaries privately asked me to challenge Trump

Hogan had previously clashed with Trump on medical supply procurement issues during the coronavirus pandemic

By Matthew Chapman
Published July 26, 2020 3:49AM (EDT)
Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan (YouTube/CBS This Morning)
Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan (YouTube/CBS This Morning)

This article originally appeared on Raw Story

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On Thursday, in an interview on Bloomberg TV, Gov. Larry Hogan (R-MD) discussed the claim in his upcoming book that "a couple" of President Donald Trump's Cabinet secretaries privately urged him to mount a primary campaign to deny Trump re-nomination in 2020.

He added that he doesn't want to divulge the identities of these Trump officials because he "wouldn't want to see a couple of friends be fired."

Hogan, a Republican who has sometimes feuded with his own party, has frequently been critical of Trump, and clashed with the president on medical supply procurement issues during the coronavirus pandemic.

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