Gov. Larry Hogan expressed optimism Friday that the election of Donald Trump could improve Maryland's chances of landing the new FBI headquarters.
The Republican governor otherwise declined to speculate on what his relationship would be with the president-elect after Hogan's pointed public refusal to vote for the Republican Party's nominee.
But Hogan said persuading the federal government to move the FBI headquarters to Maryland instead of Virginia "should be a lot easier" with Trump in the White House.
"It should be a slam dunk at this point," he said.
Trump's administration is expected to choose among one potential site in Springfield, Va.,...