Rush Limbaugh, an American radio broadcaster, died at the age of 70 after fighting lung cancer.
Limbo’s wife Kathryn announced his death at his show today.
“Hello everyone. I she said you know that no doubt is not a limbo that is tuning in to hear today.”
“I wish Rush was behind this golden mic, just like you.
“For over 32 years, Rush has cherished you, his loyal audience, and has always been looking forward to every show. My beloved Rush, my wonderful husband, has lung cancer this morning. Died of complications is a deep sorrow that I must share directly with you.
“As many know, it’s very difficult to lose a loved one, especially when that loved one is bigger than life. The rush is forever the best ever.
“Rush is an extraordinary man, a gentle giant, brilliant, witty, truly kind, very generous, passionate, courageous, and the most hard-working person I know. did.
“Despite being one of the most famous and powerful people in the world, Rush never allowed his success to change his core and beliefs. He was polite to everyone he met, I was paying homage.
“Even very recently, when I was feeling sick in the hospital, he was very grateful to all the doctors, nurses and caretakers.”
Breaking News: Rush Limbaugh’s wife Kathryn announced on his radio show that he had died of lung cancer complications this morning.
“The rush will be the best ever forever.” pic.twitter.com/FSJTfmX8ZO
— Daily Caller (@DailyCaller) February 17, 2021
Limbo was a pioneer of American talk radio and has been one of the most influential voices in conservative politics for decades.
He continued to host his long show after revealing that he had been diagnosed with advanced lung cancer in February last year.
The day after the revelation, Donald Trump awarded the Presidential Medal of Freedom in his State of the Union address.
“Tonight is a special man, loved by millions of Americans who have just been diagnosed with stage 4 advanced cancer. This is not good news, but the good news is that he has ever met. It’s the best fighter and winner of all, “said the president at the time.
“Tonight we are proud to announce that you will be awarded the Presidential Medal of Freedom, the highest civilian honor in our country.”
Limbo was in the audience with the first lady Melania Trump, who began awarding him medals.
In response to the news of Limbo’s death, Mr. Trump paid tribute to Fox News today and praised him as a “brave” and “fighter.”
“They respected him, whether or not people loved him,” said the former president.
“There aren’t many legends around, but he’s a legend.”
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