Get Ready: Ron DeSantis Vs. America’s Biggest TV Network

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Governor Ron DeSantis is no new to taking risky actions; in order to further his plan for Florida, he squared up against the biggest broadcaster in the country. The Republican leader has said unequivocally that he is not frightened of criticism or resistance from people who could stand in the way of development, which suggests that there will be a lot of change in the near future.

The DeSantis administration has abruptly chosen to end all communications with NBC News and MSNBC. After Vice President Kamala Harris’ open appearance on Andrea Mitchell’s program in February, reports claim that officials have stopped responding to queries from reporters at both networks. One of the biggest news organizations in America has changed significantly as a result of this development.

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When Mitchell said that Governor DeSantis is against teaching “slavery or the aftermath of slavery” to kids, her interview in Florida caused uproar. Bryan Griffin, the governor’s press secretary, replied despite her later explanation by forbidding NBC Universal and its stations from speaking on behalf of his government until they retract their incorrect assertions.

The communication between NBC and Governor DeSantis has totally ended after the administration’s first response. It’s been a while since I’ve been here. “Display[s] a consistent track of truthful reporting.”

Governor DeSantis has broken with tradition by not making an appearance on an NBC station in six years. This isn’t the first time a politician chose which networks to appear on – former President Trump criticized CNN and Obama refused interviews with Fox News for two full years when he was serving as Senator before returning during his 2008 presidential candidacy campaign.

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NBC Universal hasn’t wavered in its resolve to not demand a formal apology from analyst Mitchell.

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