Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan said Monday that “the time has come” for President Trump to concede he lost the election, and said while there may be “a dozen or a couple hundred votes” in question, it’s not enough to swing the election from Joseph R. Biden.
“We’re not going to make up for 5 million votes in all of the states. It was a pretty overwhelming victory,” Mr. Hogan said in remarks at the Ronald Reagan Institute.
He was asked to respond to Mr. Trump‘s Twitter declarations that, despite trailing in the popular vote and projected to lose the Electoral College by a significant margin, he’d won.
“The time has come,” Mr. Hogan said. “More and more people, very close supporters and friends of the president are giving him that advice, he’s just not listening.”