Maryland Gov. (R) on Sunday condemned President ’s refusal to concede the election to President-elect and bashed Republicans who have remained silent on the matter.
Two weeks ago, Hogan appeared on ’s “State of the Union” and said he believed Trump would “do the right thing” and admit defeat. A day earlier, virtually all major media networks had projected Biden as the winner.
Asked Sunday if he still feels that way, Hogan said he wasn’t sure.
“I have confidence that on Jan. 20 the president-elect is going to be sworn in,” Hogan said. “But I’m not sure I could say that I’m confident that the president is going to do the right thing.”