The American radio presenter Rush Limbaugh has died at the age of seventy from lung cancer. He was also a well-known political commentator with a strong preference for the Republican Party.
His death was made known by his wife Kathryn on his own radio show, the Rush Limbaugh Show. “Losing a loved one is incredibly difficult, especially when that love is greater than life,” said his partner. “Rush will forever be the greatest.”
The wealthy Limbaugh made a name for himself with his popular Rush Limbaugh Show , which was broadcast throughout the United States. He was an outspoken man who liked to express his opinion in his shows. He became known from the eighties and grew into an influential figure.
Last year, Limbaugh was awarded the Medal of Freedom by the then First Lady Melania Trump. It is the highest award a US citizen can receive.
Rush Limbaugh, the conservative media icon who for decades used his perch as the king of talk-radio to shape the politics of both the Republican Party and nation, has died at 70. https://t.co/2dRcNCU1no pic.twitter.com/Vcpo1O9IP5— CNN (@CNN) February 17, 2021