Sean Hannity Says Muting Trump’s Mic at Debate Did Him ‘Favor’ 

(NEW) Sean Hannity delivers remarks at the Conservative Political Action Conference 2022 in Dallas, Texas. August 4, 2022, Dallas, TX, USA: Sean Hannity, Fox News TV host, delivers remarks during the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC), held in Texas, in United States, on Thursday (4). The conference which goes on till Sunday (07), is broadcast live on the CPAC website and online on Fox Nation and it focuses on immigration, the border, the left gender and policies being pushed by democrats in the United States and also on the war in Ukraine and Russia. Credit: Kyle Mazza/TheNews2 (Foto: Kyle Mazza/TheNews2/Deposit Photos)

The 2024 presidential election is nearing. Set to occur in November, Donald Trump, the 45th president, and Joe Biden, the incumbent, are likely to square off once again in a repeat of the battle four years ago in the previous ordeal. Most recent polls forecast a very close race between Biden and Trump. A recent report by 538 has alleged that in a simulation ran 100 times, Biden has emerged as the candidate most favored to win the election, achieving a victory over Trump 53 times out of 100. Trump only won over Biden 47 times. The race is likely to be very close. Both men are very unpopular, with Biden touting an approval rating below 40%, and a recent article by Newsmax, a conservative outlet, placed this rating at 37%. Trump, however, is very unpopular and widely disliked, with only 41% of Americans having a favorable opinion of him.

It increasingly appears like the contest will be a race to the bottom. So many people across America wish there were alternatives to the two candidates. A late 2023 article by PBS confirmed this statement, with an AP-NORC (Associated Press, NORC Center for Public Affairs Research) report showed that about 3 out of every 10, or 30% of Americans wanted someone other than Biden or Trump to be a major nominee.

Many conservatives are openly worried about November 2024 as Trump appears increasingly vulnerable as a candidate. He possesses very little ability to attract crucial moderate and independent voters that are critical to any Republican a general election. Recently, a popular conservative host, Sean Hannity, commented on the fact that Trump will now have no choice but to have his microphone muted at will during the upcoming first presidential debate, with the date for this occurrence scheduled for June 27th. Hannity has argued that it may end up working in Trumps favor, citing his verbal volatility and Bidens relative incomprehensibility.