“The way our system works is we all cast the votes, we count the votes, and then we live with the results,” Hogan said on “State of the Union.”
First lady Melania Trump is advising the President the time has come for him to accept the loss, another source familiar with the conversations told CNN on Sunday.
Hogan told Tapper on Sunday that he hasn’t “seen any evidence” of the election fraud alleged by the President.
“Look, if there is evidence of widespread voter fraud, we ought to come out with it,” he said. “A couple of Republican governors are the ones responsible for a couple of the states that are still in question. They haven’t questioned the results.”
He continued, “I think there are legal processes if you think there are mistakes, but I don’t think we are going to see anything that’s going to overturn the election. Whether you like it or not, it’s time to get behind the winner of the race.”
“Now more than ever,” Hogan wrote, “we need to come together as Americans.”
CNN’s Kate Bennett and Kaitlin Collins contributed to this report.