Maryland Governor Larry Hogan (R), one of President TrumpDonald John Trump Trump Campaign Files New Count in Georgia GOP Senator Congratulates Biden, Says Trump Should Accept Results FDA Grants Emergency Approval for Coronavirus Antibody Treatment Given to Trump MOREGOP’s most vocal critics have stepped up calls for president to concede president-elect Joe bidenJoe Biden CampaignTrump files recount in Georgia GOP senator praises Biden, says Trump should accept results Judge dismisses Camp Trump trial in Pennsylvania in scathing decision MORE Sunday after the president attacked Hogan on Twitter.
Trump tweeted on Sunday a link to a story about loopholes regarding some of the coronavirus tests Hogan ordered from South Korea this spring when Maryland – like many states – was forced to compete with other states and nations for limited supplies. The president called Hogan “RINO” short for “Republican in name only,” and said the governor was “just as bad as the [coronavirus] tests for which he paid a lot of money.
“If you had done your job, US governors would not have been forced to fend for themselves to find tests in the midst of a pandemic, as we have successfully done in Maryland,” Hogan tweeted in response. . “Stop playing golf and concede.”
If you had done your job, US governors wouldn’t have had to fend for themselves to find tests in the midst of a pandemic, as we have successfully done in Maryland.
Stop playing golf and concede. https://t.co/tCXO8etxge
– Governor Larry Hogan (@GovLarryHogan) November 22, 2020
Hogan is one of the few Republican governors, including governments. Charlie Baker from Massachusetts and Mike DeWineMike DeWinePlus GOP governors adopt mask mandates, but resistance fighters remain largely silent in White House on health precautions for Thanksgiving Former GA holder urges GOP to speak out against Trump’s efforts to ‘subvert ” election results READ MORE from Ohio, who criticized the president’s refusal to recognize the election results and called on him to cede to Biden.
“We were the most respected country when it came to elections, and now we’re starting to look like a banana republic,” Hogan said on CNN’s “State of the Union” Sunday. “It’s time for them to stop the nonsense. It gets more and more weird every day. And frankly, I am embarrassed that more people in the party are speaking.