Conservative activist and radio star Rush Limbaugh, 70, tragically lost his long battle with lung cancer on Wednesday, Feb. 17.
It’s hard to imagine a world without the controversial “El Rushbo” talk radio star.
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Yet as his fans and family mourned the loss of the American political icon, many can’t help but wonder: What comes next for his popular national radio show?
Guest host Mark Steyn confirmed Monday that Rush’s daily show “isn’t going anywhere” in the near future. The show’s producers used audio clips of the late Limbaugh with caller comments and memories.
Joined by Rush’s widow, Kathryn, Steyn said they would continue to use an “evolving format that includes Rush’s voice” for the time being.
A year ago, then-President Donald Trump awarded Limbaugh the Presidential Medal of Freedom, the nation’s highest civilian honor, during his final State of the Union address. The day before, Limbaugh had announced that he was battling advanced lung cancer.
Limbaugh championed conservatism for decades — often stridently at the expense of liberals, corporations, and Democrats.
That won’t stop anytime soon.
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“The Rush Limbaugh Show” will continue to anchor the Excellence in Broadcasting (EIB) radio network using his previous audio and guest hosts.
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