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Tuesday, November 22, 2016

Hogan suggests Maryland take 'deep breath' after election

Gov. Larry Hogan, offering rare public comments about the election of Republican Donald J. Trump, said Monday that "everyone ought to take a deep breath."

The Republican governor said he would not comment on the president-elect's staff appointments, which have been criticized by senior Maryland Democrats as "deeply troubling."

He addressed what Maryland Attorney General Brian E. Frosh called an "upwelling" of hate crimes by acknowledging "some things are happening across the state."

But he also said the Maryland State Police have received no reports about such incidents.

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8 comments:

Anonymous said...

I think Oprah said that too and I didn't vote for her

Anonymous said...

I feel better now because I really give a rats behind what "senior democrats think".

Anonymous said...

Hogan Can't complain! He voted for his dad to keep the Democrats happy. When you make a write in vote for a person who's not on the list they don't count the vote. He essentially did't vote at all!

Anonymous said...

If Hogan doesn't start doing like he promised cutting taxes and regs for small business he will be out!

Anonymous said...

Hogan just needs to keep his mouth shut.

Anonymous said...

Hogan is no longer respected around here bc he tuned on his own party. No more votes for him! Who cares what he said?

Anonymous said...

Good for Hogan being his own standard bearer as opposed to inbred albinosim undereducated poor man mentality

bob pinto said...

3:07 , I see what you really think of poor people.