Never-Trump Republicans sat in the shadows scheming to take down President Trump.
They thought Robert Mueller would provide the smoking gun to end his Presidency.
But this RINO traitor made a grave error after one horrible threat to Trump blew up in his face.
Maryland Governor Larry Hogan, a darling of the Never-Trumpers, is considering challenging Trump for the 2020 Republican nomination.
Hogan had said he wouldn’t make a decision until Robert Mueller released his final report, which many anti-Trump Republicans had hoped would find grounds to impeach the President.
And while Mueller has now cleared the President of any wrong doing, Hogan says he isn’t ruling out a run against Trump just yet.
According to an article in the Washington Examiner:
“The governor has emphasized he would not wage a quixotic primary against Trump. But even though Trump appeared stronger politically post-Mueller, Hogan was still weighing several factors, and did not plan to make a definitive decision about running for president until as late as early fall.
‘It’s not moving the needle one way or the other,’ the Hogan aide said of Mueller’s findings, in an email exchange with the Washington Examiner.”
The results of the Mueller report has always been crucial to the RINO’s fight against the Trump administration.
Had the investigation actually turned up anything damaging, the Never-Trumpers would’ve been emboldened to put up to a real nomination challenge against the President.
Now they’re singing a different tune.
In light of the favorable report exonerating Trump, they say nothing has really changed and they’ll continue to pursue a legitimate challenger to the Republican nomination.
And they are coalescing around Hogan—a second term Republican governor in a heavily blue state who won his reelection last year by a wide margin.
Never-Trumpers believe Hogan is their best shot at taking down Trump, and Hogan is all too willing to welcome their fawning and flirting.
Hogan plans to head to New Hampshire next month and attend the “Politics and Eggs,” which is an event considered a kick-off to presidential campaigns.
Hogan claims he won’t run a “kamikaze mission” campaign, however, he is still counting on other investigations against Trump to bear fruit.
“If things stay the way they are, it doesn’t make too much sense,” Hogan said. “I don’t think things are going to stay the way they are.”
One thing is certain, if Hogan runs, it will be because he believes he is a real threat to the President and will have the financial backing of enough deep pocket RINOs to succeed.
We will keep you posted on this ongoing story.