Hogan talks up presidential interest on Sunday morning show

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WASHINGTON (AP) — While Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan has shut the door on a U.S. Senate run, he’s leaving the door open to a presidential bid in 2024.

Hogan, a Republican, talked Sunday about his political future on CNN’s “State of the Union.” Republicans had hoped the popular second-term governor would run for Senate and give them one of their best shots to flip a seat in a chamber currently split 50-50. But Hogan reiterated what he’s said previously: that being a U.S. senator simply is not appealing to him.

Hogan, a frequent critic of former President Donald Trump, continued to keep the door open on a presidential bid, and said he believes the GOP is slowly pulling itself from Trump’s grip.


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