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Gov. Hogan Doesn’t Expect Trump To Hold Any Grudges

January 20th, 2017 by WCBC Radio

Donald J Trump will be sworn in today as America’s 45th President- and given the often times combative approach he has taken with those who oppose him- questions remain as to whether Maryland will get the “cold shoulder” from the new Commander in Chief.  Maryland’s republican governor Larry Hogan refused to support or endorse Trump during the campaign and chose to skip the Republican National Convention in July. Since Trump’s election, Hogan has said he doesn’t expect Trump to hold any grudges- noting that there is a great deal of common ground and he expects to work well with the new administration.  Roger Stone, is an American political consultant who served as an advisor to Trump during the early part of his campaign. He told WBAL Radio that he isn’t certain if Hogan’s opposition will have any ramifications for the state…





 

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