Del. Dan Cox accuses Hogan of ‘malfeasance in office.’
ANNAPOLIS, Md. (AP) — A Republican candidate for Maryland governor who has been endorsed by former President Donald Trump has introduced a resolution to impeach Gov. Larry Hogan. The resolution introduced Thursday in the Maryland House of Delegates by Del. Dan Cox, accuses the Republican of “malfeasance in office.”
Hogan spokesman Michael Ricci dismissed the delegate as “a QAnon conspiracy theorist.” Ricci says Cox has an obsession with the governor, who remains popular in the state.
While unlikely to advance, the resolution underscores division in the GOP regarding support for Trump, who was impeached twice during his presidency.
By The Associated Press