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

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Donald Trump (left) and Larry Hogan (right). (Photo credits: Win McNamee/Mark Wilson/Getty Images) Donald Trump (left) and Larry Hogan (right). (Photo credits: Win McNamee/Mark Wilson/Getty Images)
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ANNAPOLIS, Md. (AP) - Gov. Larry Hogan says Donald Trump's comments about women in a 2005 recording were "disgraceful and outrageous."
    
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."
    
In the recording, Trump is heard saying he can grab, kiss and "do anything" with women because he is famous. On Sunday, he denied that he's ever grabbed women without their consent and described the comments as "locker room talk."
    
Asked if Trump should step out of the race, Hogan says it's "probably too late" to replace him.
    
Hogan says he hasn't decided who he will vote for in November. He says he'll "write in somebody" he thinks would be a good president.

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