Maryland ex-governor won’t run for U.S. president

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WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Former Maryland Governor Larry Hogan said on Sunday he will not seek the 2024 Republican U.S. presidential nomination, aiming to avoid inadvertently boosting Donald Trump’s chances by creating a “multicar pileup” crowded field of candidates beneficial to the former president’s candidacy. Hogan, who served eight years as Maryland governor ending in January, is considered a moderate in a party that has moved rightward. Trump won his party’s 2016 nomination after facing off against 16 other Republican candidates. In that large field, various candidates split the anti-Trump …

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