Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan was in New Hampshire talking housing policy and politics, and he sat down with NHJournal’s Michael Graham to talk about Republican politics, just how big the GOP tent truly is, and how U.S. policy would have been different if he had taken the oath of office in January 2021 instead of Joe Biden.


Hogan also talks about why he thinks resentment within the GOP base is misguided and his theory way, even when the Republican brand is low, approval of GOP governors stays high.

Plus — a bonus round of rank punditry from Graham in the wake of the refusal of Sen. Maggie Hassan and her fellow NHDem members of Congress to answer questions about President Biden’s age, competence and possible 2024 POTUS bid.