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Twitter Remembers Rush Limbaugh as Famed Radio Host Passes

Rest in peace, Rush.

After a lengthy battle with lung cancer, conservative talk show host Rush Limbaugh has died.

The man was a hall-of-famer if there ever was one, having been inducted into two broadcasting HOF’s back in the 1990’s. He was also awarded the Presidential Medal of Freedom by Donald Trump.

In other words,  the man was a legend.

Missouri native and political radio host Rush Limbaugh has died at the age of 70 following a year long battle with lung cancer. Limbaugh’s wife announced his death on his radio show Wednesday.

Limbaugh announced his diagnoses during his radio show on Feb. 3, 2020. The following day he was awarded the Medal of Freedom from former President Donald Trump at the 2020 State of the Union address.

Limbaugh hosted his show “The Rush Limbaugh Show for 32 years. He was a Republican party icon and a close ally of Trump’s. Since his diagnoses, Limbaugh continued to host his show, only missing from time to time for treatment.

Trump once called Limbaugh “a major star who never wavered despite the Fake News Hits he has had to endure. His voice is far bigger than theirs!”

Fond memories of Limbaugh soon flooded social media.

Rest in peace, Rush.

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