DeSantis, wife to sit down with NBC’s Dasha Burns in first network interview since campaign reboot

The network announced that Ron DeSantis (the Republican presidential candidate) and his wife Casey DeSantis will be sitting down with NBC’s Dasha Brenns to discuss the first official network the governor has had since the “reboot” of his campaign.

NBC News announced that the interview would air on Monday, January 7, on “NBC Nightly News With Lester Holt” and “Today”. Additional segments will be broadcast throughout the day at MSNBC and NBC News NOW.

Florida’s First Lady has played an important role in the White House campaign of her husband, joining him on various campaign appearances. She has been praised and criticized by some news outlets.

NBC News stated in a press release that the interview would take place “amid questions about his strength as a candidate, the ongoing attacks of the former President, and while he is trying to transition from promoting himself as an incumbent Governor to an insurgent Candidate.”

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DeSantis continues to trail former President Trump according to recent polls.

DeSantis’s campaign has been under fire in recent weeks for laying off 38 employees late last month as part of an attempt to revamp the campaign amid low poll numbers. Last month, his campaign fired a member of staff who had reportedly created a pro DeSantis video that featured the Republican candidate in the center of an ancient European symbol called a sonnenrad. This symbol was used by Nazi propaganda and imagery.

DeSantis sat for an interview recently with Fox News chief political anchor Bretbaier, and appeared on CNN for the first-time last month during an interview Jake Tapper.

The Hill reached out to DeSantis’ campaign for comment.