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When Rush Limbaugh was announced dead by his wife Kathryn due to stage 4 lung cancer Katie Hill decided to express her opinion, according to the Daily Wire.

“So is Rush Limbaugh going to go down in history as the worst person to ever receive the presidential medal of freedom or is there someone else?” Hill tweeted.

Greg Price pointed out, “Ted Kennedy left a woman to drown in a lake and Obama gave him the presidential medal of freedom.”

Trump announced Limbaugh as the recipient of the Presidential Medal of Freedom at his last State of the Union address in February 2020.

Trump stated, “Almost every American family knows the pain when a loved one is diagnosed with a serious illness. Here tonight is a special man, beloved by millions of Americans, who just received a stage 4 advanced cancer diagnosis. This is not good news, but what is good news is that he is the greatest fighter and winner that you will ever meet. Rush Limbaugh, thank you for your decades of tireless devotion to our country.”

“And Rush, in recognition of all that you have done for our nation, the millions of people a day that you speak to and that you inspire, and all of the incredible work that you have done for charity, I am proud to announce tonight that you will be receiving our country’s highest civilian honor, the Presidential Medal of Freedom. I will now ask the First Lady of the United States to present you with the honor. Please.”

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When Limbaugh returned to his radio show later that week, he offered some of the backstory about his appearance at the SOTU:

I know many of you want to know the story of the State of the Union address on Tuesday night and how that all happened, and someday I hope to be able to tell you the entire story. I can’t tell you the entire story now without divulging medical details that I, frankly, don’t want to give. I don’t want to give people an opportunity to start investigating and writing about and pronouncing opinions and this kind of thing. People know enough about what I have.

It’s late stage. It’s advanced lung cancer. But there’s good news associated with the diagnosis and the treatment. …