In an interview with NBC’s “Meet the Press” on Sunday, Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis asked House Republicans to prioritize important issues rather than pursuing an impeachment inquiry against President Joe Biden.

Host Kristen Welker started that line of discussion when she brought up House Speaker Mike Johnson’s (R-LA) recent revelation that the House has enough votes to formally open an impeachment inquiry into Biden.

She then asked about the possibility of the GOP move backfiring and fueling his reelection efforts.

DeSantis began his response, saying, “So here’s what I think. I think the Biden family and the amount of money that’s flowed into that family to me is corrupt. I think that it’s not been explained in ways that make any sense. And so opening an inquiry based on the facts that we have, I think would be justifiable.”

While he believes House Republicans have good reason to go after Biden, DeSantis cautioned that Republicans must be careful not to let the impeachment inquiry distract them from addressing the pressing issues concerning their constituents.

“However, I think they run the risk of doing an inquiry that doesn’t necessarily lead anywhere while they’ve been ignoring a lot of the problems that our voters are talking about,” he stated, going on to point out that Republican voters, particularly in states like Iowa, are primarily concerned about matters such as border security, the economy and the overreach of federal agencies.

Voicing the alleged sentiment of some Republicans being dissatisfied with the party’s handling of budget matters and other significant policy areas, he stated, “So, make sure you’re not ignoring all these other issues,” he insisted.

“And don’t use that inquiry as kind of a Trojan Horse to not then meet your responsibilities on all these other things,” he added.

During the same interview, the Florida governor also outlined his plan for healthcare, revealing that he would work to “replace and supersede” the Affordable Care Act with a superior plan if he is elected president.

“You will have a totally different health care plan. This will be replacing Obamacare,” he said.

Asserting that Obamacare has not delivered on its promises and that Americans deserve a better healthcare system, he assured viewers that there would be a detailed healthcare proposal coming in the spring.