MIAMI, Florida – Rush Limbaugh, an inclusive radio host and ultra-conservative political commentator, has died at age 70 of complications related to lung cancer, announced Wednesday on his radio show and website.
Limbaugh found out he had cancer in early 2020.
The communicator revealed his illness on February 3, 2020, a day before he received from President Donald Trump the Presidential Medal of Freedom, the most prestigious decoration in the United States for a civilian.
Born in 1951 in Cape Girardeau, Missouri, Limbaugh began his radio career at the age of 16 until he became one of the most influential people in the conservative media.
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