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Rush Limbaugh dies at 70

Rush Limbaugh dies after year-long battle with lung-cancer.

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Long-time Conservative radio-star, Rush Limbaugh, died on Wednesday after a year long battle with lung cancer at the age of 70.

Rush’ is known as the ‘most influential voice in conservative politics since the late 1980s’ and is loved in the ‘American-Conservative Political Scene’.

From the 1980’s up until his death, he was seen as the only option for the silent majority in America. His radio show, The Rush Limbaugh Show, saw over 15 million weekly listeners and had seen over 50 million listeners at once when he welcomed former President Trump on to his show.

Limbaugh’s wife announced his death yesterday, on his typically scheduled show. She also mentioned the complications and year long suffering he persevered through.



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