For the first time since announcing his candidacy, Donald Trump will be visiting Chris Wallace on Fox News Sunday, the network announced Monday.

The GOP candidate will sit down with Wallace this coming weekend for his first interview with the host since he co-moderated the first Republican debate with Megyn Kelly. Trump has had a rocky relationship with the network. Following the debate, Trump relentlessly bashed Kelly for her hard-hitting questions aimed at him during the debate. Later, when Fox News had to cancel Trump's appearance on The O'Reilly Factor, the mogul then declared a boycott of the network, which lasted all of six days before he deigned to show up for a rescheduled appearance.

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It appears that the on-again, off-again relationship is continuing to be "on" with Sunday's planned appearance. Wallace's interview with Trump will be a pre-taped segment, filmed Saturday at Trump National Golf Club.

Fox News Sunday is the only Sunday news program that Trump has not appeared on since announcing his run for the White House in June, partially due to the fact that the program does not do phone interviews and Trump must do the interview in person. He has appeared by phone on various other Sunday news shows.

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