Maryland Republican Governor Larry Hogan took to Twitter to condemn the comments Trump made during his press conference Thursday night, saying “there are no measures” about the president “undermining the Democratic process. we.”
“America is counting the votes, and we have to respect the results as we always have before,” he said. “No elections or people are more important than our Democracy.”
There are no excuses for tonight’s President’s comments that undermine our Democracy process. America is counting the votes, and we must respect the results as before. No elections or people are more important than our Democracy. https://t.co/BOO2iaTsEf
̵1; Larry Hogan (@LarryHogan) November 6, 2020
During a briefing at the White House, for the first time since he proclaimed himself a winner in the presidential election, Trump declared the election to be rigged. Trump said he would eventually win the election and promised to use legal means to make it happen.
“If you count the legal votes, I easily win,” Trump said. “If you count the illegal votes, they might try to steal the election from us.”
Hogan’s tweet following earlier comments he made on Wednesday ripped off Trump after the president announced that he would challenge the election in court, which the governor called “outrage too “and” not allowed “.