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Maryland Gov. Hogan: Trump's Comments "Disgraceful and Outrageous"

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The Republican governor on Tuesday noted that he said months ago he wouldn't support the Republican presidential nominee. Hogan says "a lot of other people are now joining that bandwagon."
    
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