Md. GOP Gov. Larry Hogan Slams Trump over 2022 Results: I’m Tired o Losing’
- Maryland Governor Larry Hogan claimed he’s tired of losing following a poor showing by the GOP in the midterms.
- Hogan pointed out that former President Donald Trump’s influence over the GOP is a major issue.
- Hogan stated on CNN that “This should have been an enormous red wave… and yet we still failed to perform.”
Maryland Republican Governor. Larry Hogan, the Maryland Republican Governor, criticised former President Donald Trump’s influence within the GOP. He pointed to Trump’s ineffective showing in the 2022 mid-term elections as the reason for party’s poor showing and said that he’s “tired” of losing.
During an appearanceHogan said to Dana Bash, CNN’s “State of the Union”, that “the definition of madness” was doing the same thing over and over again hoping for something else. He stated that this would not happen as long the former president is still the dominant force within the party.
Hogan stated on the program that he believes it is Trump’s third consecutive loss in the race. “Doing the same thing over and again expecting a different result is insane. That’s what defines insanity. Donald Trump kept repeating the mantra, “We’re going so many times winning, we will tire of winning.”
“I’m tired to lose. He said, “I mean, that’s all they’ve done.”
After a midterm election in which they failed to win a Senate majority, the GOP is now coming off a disappointing election cycle. The party had been widely considered to be the favorite to flip the House. However, control of lower chamber is still up for grabs. This astonishing development has left many Republicans feeling disillusioned after they expected major gains last week.
The term-limited governor this year will be succeeded by Democrat Wes Moore.
Moore, a former Army soldier and author wonThis year’s Maryland gubernatorial elections were won by a landslide victory over GOP Del. Dan Cox was not endorsed by Hogan.
Hogan, who won deep-blue Maryland in 2014 and 2018 by garnering strong support from Republicans and independents — while also peeling off many conservative and moderate Democrats — has floated a potential 2024 presidential campaign.
During the interview, he lamented that Republicans didn’t perform well this year and stated that “a whole lot more people” are now singing his song about Trump following last Tuesday’s election results.
“This should have been an enormous red wave. It should have been one our biggest red waves ever. Because President Biden’s approval was so low, it was one of the lowest historical ratings, more than 70% of people believed that the country was heading in a wrong direction. “And yet, we still didn’t perform,” said the governor.
“I have been saying it since 2020 that we must return to a party appeals to more people, and that can win even in tough places like I did in Maryland. He added that he believes the lane is more wide now than it was last week.
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