Trump to appear on 'Meet the Press' despite feud with Chuck Todd

Donald TrumpDonald John TrumpBrennan fires new shot at Trump: ‘He’s drunk on power’ Trump aides discussed using security clearance revocations to distract from negative stories: report Trump tried to dissuade Melania from 'Be Best' anti-bullying campaign: report MORE, who just last month said he wasn’t sure if he wanted to “help” the ratings of “Meet the Press,” is poised to appear on Sunday’s show.

The GOP presidential candidate will “speak one-on-one” with host Chuck Todd in an interview being taped on Saturday in Iowa, according to an NBC News press release. The sit-down will be Trump’s first in-person interview on a Sunday talk show since June 28. The White House hopeful called into four programs, including “Meet the Press,” last week.

In June, Trump told ITK he was unsure whether he would appear on the program, as a result of a long-running feud with Todd.

“I don’t know. I mean, I really don’t know,” Trump said. “I’d have to think about it.”

“I don’t know if I’d want to help his show by going on,” Trump added, before saying, “But I might, I might.”

The ongoing battle between Todd and Trump was reignited in January, when the NBC journalist said, months before the real estate mogul announced his 2016 bid, “Nobody’s going to mistake Donald Trump for a presidential candidate, I don’t think, other than Donald Trump.”

Trump lashed out at Todd on Twitter, writing at the time, “Word is that @NBCNews is firing sleepy eyes Chuck Todd in that his ratings on Meet the Press are setting record lows. He’s a real loser!”

Topics on the table for Todd’s interview with Trump, according to NBC, include the presidential field, the economy, immigration and foreign policy.