Gov. Hogan: Trump’s ‘His Own Worst Enemy by Coming out and Tweeting Something that Makes No Sense’

‘He’s his own worst enemy by coming out and tweeting something that makes no sense and goes against what everyone in the administration is saying’

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HOGAN: "Well, again, this was an account of back in March and April at the beginning of the pandemic, and that's when I think we really fell short and fell behind on no national testing strategy, but I do think that sometimes that the President still ought to focus on listening to people like Dr. Anthony Fauci, listening to the folks at the CDC, and really taking the really good advice of some of the people on his team that are working hard and doing a good job, rather than just, you know, kind of changing their message and changing the position. And sometimes I think he just reacts — he's his own worst enemy by coming out and just tweeting something that makes no sense and goes against what everyone else in the administration is saying."

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