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Former Maryland Governor Larry Hogan (R) announced his endorsement for GOP presidential candidate Nikki Haley just one day before the Iowa caucuses.

During his appearance on CNN’s “State of the Union,” Hogan expressed strong support for Haley, citing her momentum in the race. “I’m convinced that the momentum is with Nikki Haley,” Hogan stated. He added that Haley’s success in Iowa could significantly influence the New Hampshire primary.


Hogan, known for his critical stance on former President Trump, sees Haley as a strong contender against Trump. He referred to recent polling data that places Haley 17 points ahead of Joe Biden, contrasting Trump’s equal standing with Biden and Ron DeSantis’s lagging position. Hogan emphasized the need for the Republican Party to unite behind a strong candidate like Haley, adding, “I think it’s time for the party to get behind Nikki Haley,” he said.

The endorsement follows Chris Christie’s withdrawal from the presidential race, with Hogan recognizing Christie’s efforts but firmly believing in Haley’s potential as the GOP’s best chance in the upcoming election.

Additionally, Hogan clarified his recent departure from his leadership role at No Labels, a bipartisan political organization. Addressing speculations of a third-party bid in a conversation with CNN’s Jake Tapper, Hogan confirmed his commitment to supporting the Republican party’s efforts to nominate a strong candidate, urging unity behind Haley.


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