Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis to Debate California Gov. Gavin Newsom on Fox News
Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis and California Gov. Gavin Newsom are set to face off in a 90-minute debate on November 30. The debate, moderated by conservative opinion host Sean Hannity, will take place in Georgia, with the exact location yet to be determined. As an added benefit for DeSantis, it will be aired on Fox News Channel during Hannity's 9 p.m. Eastern time slot.
The idea for the debate was first discussed in June when Newsom appeared as a guest on Hannity's show. This will give DeSantis a break from his upcoming appearance in the second debate of Republican candidates for the 2024 presidential nomination at the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library in California.
Nathan Click, a spokesman for Newsom, emphasized that they agreed to the debate under the condition that there would be no cheering section, "hype videos," or any other requests made by DeSantis. They are looking for a real debate, not a circus.
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