Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan said in an interview on Wednesday that he did not rule out a Republican primary challenge for President Trump, saying he was skeptical that the president could win another general election victory.
"I would say I'm being approached by many different people," Hogan said at CBS "This Morning." "And I think the best way to say it is, I haven't thrown them out of my office." 19659003] TRUMP FACING REVIVED CHATS ON POSSIBLE GOP PRIMARY CHALLENGE
Hogan, the new head of the National Governors Association leading to Iowa in the coming weeks, pointed out that he is only the second Republican governor in Maryland, suggesting that he could win over democrats and independent in a general election.
Nevertheless, Hogan also told CBS: "No one has successfully challenged a seated president in the same party in the primary since 1
Hogan talked about Trump's chances in 2020 and said, "I'm not saying he co It won't win, but he's pretty weak in the election."
Any Republican challenging Trump would be a particular underdog who should oppose not only a hard-charging president, but the entire Republican Party's infrastructure. 19659003] EX-GOV. BILL WELD TAKES FIRST STEP TO TRUMP PRIMARY CHALLENGE
But several others seem to think about it: Last week, former Massachusetts GOP Gov. Bill Weld launched a committee to investigate a Republican primary challenge against Trump. And a recent email from former Ohio Gov. John Kasich's political group reminded supporters that "many have suggested that Gov. Kasich should run, and he holds all his options on the table."
Fox News & # 39; Sally Persons and Paul Steinhauser contributed to this report.