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Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan said in an interview Wednesday he is not excludes the possibility of a Republican primary challenge to President Trump says he is skeptical of the President was able to pull off another General election victory.
“I would say, I am approached by a lot of different people,” Hogan said on CBS’ “this Morning.” “And I think the best way it is, I have not thrown you out of my office.”
TRUMP COVER CHATTER ENLIVENS POSSIBLE GOP PRIMARY CHALLENGE
Hogan, the new leader of the National Governors Association, is headed, and Iowa in the coming weeks, pointed out, as he is only the second Republican Governor of Maryland what he could win over Democrats and independents in a General election.
Still, Hogan, also of CBS, said: “Nobody has successfully challenged a sitting President in the same party, in the primary school since 1884.”
Hogan, not spoken of Trump’s chances in the year 2020, said, “I say, he could not win, but he is pretty weak, in the General election.”
All of the Republicans, the challenges that would be trump, decided underdog, would have to face off against not only a hard-charging President, but the entire Republican party infrastructure.
EX-GOV. BILL WELD’S TAKING THE 1. STEP IN THE DIRECTION OF TRUMP, THE PRIMARY CHALLENGE
But some of the others seem to be remember: last week, the former Massachusetts GOP Gov. Bill Weld has launched a Committee to explore a Republican primary challenge against Trump. And a recent E-Mail from former Ohio Gov. John Kasich political group reminded the supporters that “many have Gov. Kasich proposed run should be, and he is keeping all his options on the table.”
Fox News’ Sally’s people, and Paul Steinhauser contributed to this report.