There's definitely a number of potential court cases, and I think he's still going to face the courts and the court of public opinion. — Republican Gov. Larry Hogan of Maryland
There's definitely a number of potential court cases, and I think he's still going to face the courts and the court of public opinion. — Republican Gov. Larry Hogan of Maryland
Republican Gov. Larry Hogan of Maryland says he would have voted to convict Trump in Senate impeachment trial
  • Republican Gov. Larry Hogan said he would have voted to convict Trump if he were in the Senate.
  • Hogan said that Trump's fate would likely be decided over the next two years.
  • "I think he's still going to face the courts and the court of public opinion," Hogan said.
Republican Gov. Larry Hogan of Maryland said on Sunday that he would have crossed party lines to convict former President Donald Trump in his second impeachment trial if he were a member of the Senate.

During an appearance on CNN's "State of the Union," Hogan was asked by host Jake Tapper if he would have voted to convict Trump.

"I would have," he answered.

... Despite escaping a conviction yesterday, Hogan said that Trump's fate would likely be decided over the next two years.

"There was yesterday's vote, but there's definitely a number of potential court cases, and I think he's still going to face the courts and the court of public opinion," he said.
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