Lar­ry Hogan dis­miss­es pos­si­ble No Labels run from Joe Manchin

No Labels Nation­al co-Chair­man Lar­ry Hogan was pes­simistic about Sen. Joe Manchin (D‑WV) launch­ing a pres­i­den­tial cam­paign at all, let alone via his third par­ty.
Hogan appeared on State of the Union Sun­day to respond to the spec­u­la­tion of Manch­in’s next move. The for­mer Demo­c­ra­t­ic gov­er­nor of Mary­land admit­ted that Manchin “has been involved in No Labels for a long time.”
MANCHIN SENDS MESSAGE TO DEMOCRATS AND BIDEN WITH CAREFULLY TIMED SENATE RETIREMENT

“Look, one thing Joe Manch­in’s pret­ty good at is stay­ing in the cen­ter of atten­tion, and he def­i­nite­ly wants to con­tin­ue, like I do, con­tin­ue to be a part of the dis­cus­sion,” Hogan said. “But I’m not sure whether all this hype this week is going to turn into a pres­i­den­tial cam­paign or not, frankly.”
Manchin announced he would not be run­ning for reelec­tion in the Sen­ate ear­li­er this week, which has left many to pre­dict what the sen­a­tor’s next move will be. Hogan referred to the cur­rent front run­ners, Pres­i­dent Joe Biden and for­mer Pres­i­dent Don­ald Trump, as “real­ly weak poten­tial nom­i­nees.”

“I’ll reit­er­ate what I said ear­li­er. We’re talk­ing a …