Gov. Hogan says he is considering running against Trump in 2020

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Rumors continue to swirl about whether or not, Gov. Larry Hogan will throw his hat into the presidential ring.

Hogan spoke about the possibility in New Hampshire Tuesday.

Hogan attended a “Politics and Eggs” breakfast in Goffstown. Hogan said he is giving running a serious thought saying there is “a very strong concern for the future of the Republican party and the country.”

Hogan also discussed the findings released in special counsel, Robert Mueller’s report. Hogan said the report does not quote “completely exonerate the president, but also does not support impeachment proceedings.”

“My decision would not be based on that report,” said Gov. Hogan. “It is about seeing what people think out there and any path to victory or whether or not they [the people] want to have an alternate.”

So far, 21 people have announced their run for President: 19 Democrats and 2 Republicans, including President Trump.

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