Hogan spoke to reporters Thursday with former New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie, a Hogan friend who is in Maryland for a book promotion. Christie said he doesn’t see a political path at the moment for challenging the president in a primary, citing Trump’s approval ratings among Republicans.

“Look, a lot of other people are talking about it. I haven’t been talking about it,” Hogan said. “I think Governor Christie said it exactly the way I have been saying it and that is that currently it doesn’t make any sense at all, but we just don’t know what the future holds and don’t know what that might look like several months from now.”