Trump at 'Lowest Point Ever' on Day of Jan. 6 Report

Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan, a Republican weighing a 2024 White House bid.

Hogan said Monday that he believes former President Donald Trump is "at his lowest point in the Jan. 6 report."

In an interview, Hogan said he believed the former president should be held accountable, as he "incited a kind of riotous mob to attack the seat of our democracy."

Hogan spoke up, saying "I'm not a lawyer and don't know what kind of legal accountability he should have, but I thought it was one of the darkest days in American history."

Hogan also said that "people who try to whitewash January 6th as if nothing happened are delusional. It was an attack on democracy."

Hogan said he did not know whether Trump would benefit politically from a criminal trial.

Hogan then said at the same time that the FBI's August raid on Mar-a-Lago, Trump's resort home in Palm Beach, Florida, "took away all his supporters."

Hogan, an early critic of Trump's presidency, declined to speculate on how Trump's impeachment might affect the country.