The well-known American radio host Rush Limbaugh died on February 17 in Palm Beach, Florida, at the age of 70. His cause of death was advanced lung cancer.
Rush Limbaugh hosted one of the most popular radio shows in the United States, The Rush Limbaugh Show. Since its national premiere in 1988, The Rush Limbaugh Show has become the highest-rated radio talk show in the United States, airing on nearly 600 radio stations nationwide. The show’s genre was defined as “conservative talk.
In early 2020, the day after his diagnosis was made public, Donald Trump awarded him the nation’s highest civilian honor, the Presidential Medal of Freedom. Limbaugh said at the time that he intended to continue running his program as normal while he received treatment.