Former Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan (R) targets both major parties on foreign policy in a new ad, amid rumors that he may mount a third-party bid for the White House.
“Our allies wonder if they should still trust us, and our enemies wonder if they should still fear us,” the former governor says in a clip. in the adpublished by Hogan’s PAC, An America United.
The video targets Republicans who want to defund Ukraine amid Kiev’s war with Russia, and attacks progressives who oppose U.S. support for Israel after last month’s Hamas attack .
Hogan is co-chair of No Labels, the nonpartisan political group pushing for a third-party candidate.
A vocal critic of former President Trump – the favorite of the Republican presidential campaign – Hogan’s name is one of them. floated as much as possible No Labels candidates, and it is defended No Label’s mission in the face of criticism.
In March, Hogan said he would not seek the Republican nomination.
This summer he questions evaded on present himself in 2024, but makes the case for a third party candidate run against Trump and President Biden, who is seeking re-election — despite Democrats’ concerns about how third-party contenders could withdraw support from Biden and hand Trump victory.
Last month, Hogan said that the door was still open for a possible candidacy for 2024.
Axios first indicated on the ad. Hogan told Axios that “neither party is providing” the leadership he believes America needs.
Robert F. Kennedy Jr. left the Democratic race last month to run as an independent. Cornel West is also running as an independent.
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