Gov. Larry Hogan, R-Md., said Sunday he’s “frustrated” with the presidential choices on the ballot this year, lamenting “this is the best we could come up with on both sides of the aisle.”
In an interview on NBC News’ “Meet The Press,” Hogan said he’s not the only one fed up with presidential politics.
"Most people would like to see something different. Maybe we'll figure that out in 2024,” he said, adding like many others, he’s "frustrated that this is the best we could come up with on both sides of the aisle" for the 2020 election.
He also said both Republicans and Democrats will be looking at the future no matter what happens in November.
“Regardless of what happens in November, there are an awful lot of people in America that are completely frustrated with politics today and the divisiveness and dysfunction in Washington,” he said.
“And I think the Republican Party, but quite frankly, both parties, are going to be reexamining about what the future looks like.”
“I know that the Republican Party is going to be looking at what happens after President Trump and whether that's in four months or four years,” he added. “And I think they're going to be looking to, 'How do we go about becoming a bigger tent party?’….We're going to have to find a way to appeal to more people and have a bigger tent.”
Hogan also said Maryland is not going to rush its reopening of schools, as President Donald Trump has advised.
"We're going to come up with a plan that is probably going to be a hybrid that talks about how we're going to provide the best education we can for our kids and do it in a safe way," he said.
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