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Hogan Still Not Saying Whether He Would Support Trump



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    Maryland Republican Gov. Larry Hogan still isn't saying whether he would support Donald Trump, if the billionaire wins the GOP presidential nomination.

    Hogan told The Associated Press on Thursday evening after catching a beer at an Irish pub during St. Patrick's Day festivities that, out of the remaining Republicans in the race, he "probably" likes Ohio Gov. John Kasich the best.

    Hogan initially endorsed New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie, who dropped out of the race last month and endorsed Trump.

    When asked whom he would support in Maryland's April 26 primary, Hogan said he hasn't decided, but Trump wasn't one of the names he mentioned as a possibility.

    "We'll see who's still on the ballot. Maybe I'll still vote for my guy Christie. Maybe I'll vote for Kasich," Hogan said.