Rush Limbaugh Dead at 70
(Palm Beach, FL) -- Longtime talk radio host Rush Limbaugh is dead. The 70-year-old passed away after a year-long battle with advanced lung cancer, a diagnosis he revealed was terminal just months ago. Limbaugh is widely considered one of the most influential media members of the past 50 years, using his far-reaching microphone to push conservative candidates and initiatives. Since achieving radio syndication stardom in the late 80's, he has grown into the most listened-to radio show in the U.S. Limbaugh opened up about his cancer battle late last year, admitting he wasn't expecting to make it to December. In February of 2020, President Trump awarded Limbaugh the Presidential Medal of Freedom during his final State of the Union address.
His wife Katherine made the announcement on his show today.
Former President Trump is remembering Rush Limbaugh after learning the conservative radio host passed away today.
The 70-year-old Limbaugh died after a year-long battle with advanced lung cancer. Trump said he spoke with Limbaugh a couple of days ago by phone and noted he was fighting until the very end. Trump praised Limbaugh as a fantastic man and a fantastic talent. In February of 2020, Trump awarded Limbaugh the Presidential Medal of Freedom during his final State of the Union address.
As reported by Metro News