President Trump in an interview with Newsmax and Fox News spoke about the recent passing of Conservative talk show host icon Rush Limbaugh.
In the interviews, Trump praised Limbaugh who was one of Trump’s biggest supporters and talked about Limbaugh’s array of accomplishments.
In both of Trump’s interviews, he talked about Limbaugh’s opinion on the 2020 election and was even quoted saying “Rush Limbaugh thought we won the election. We did win the election. It was disgraceful what happened”.
In his first phone interview since the Capitol siege, fmr. Pres. Trump continues to say he won the 2020 election while mourning the death of Rush Limbaugh:
"Rush thought we won, and so do I by the way. I think we won substantially and Rush thought we won."pic.twitter.com/jfZe0wYYk9
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🇺🇸 – Trump on what Rush Limbaugh told him after the Nov 3 election: "Rush thought we won, and so do I. I think we won substantially" #rushlimbaugh #DonaldJTrump #Election2020 pic.twitter.com/7tTX1gNj7X
— The Jewish Voice (@JewishVoice) February 17, 2021
Trump on what Rush Limbaugh told him after the 2020 election: "Rush thought we won, and so do I. I think we won substantially" pic.twitter.com/fl85WgqAYj
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The New York Post shared these details on Trump’s comments:
President Donald Trump on Wednesday gave his first post-White House TV interview to remember radio host Rush Limbaugh after his death at age 70 from cancer.
Trump said in the Fox News interview that he spoke with Limbaugh “three or four days ago” before he died of Stage 4 lung cancer.
“Three or four days ago, I called him,” Trump said. “His fight was very, very courageous and he was very, very sick and, you know, from diagnosis on. It was just something that was not going to be beat, but you wouldn’t know it.”
“Rush thought we won. And so do I, by the way. I think we won substantially. And Rush thought we won,” Trump said in the Fox News interview, after being asked what he and the radio legend discussed following the election on Nov. 3.
— Newsmax (@newsmax) February 17, 2021
Newsmax added these details:
Late conservative talk show giant Rush Limbaugh was a “great gentleman, a great man,” former President Donald Trump said Wednesday, shortly after the announcement that Limbaugh had died from his year-long battle with lung cancer.
“He was very brave,” Trump told Fox News. “He could have been gone 4 months ago, really. He was fighting until the very end. He was a fighter. He was just a great gentleman.”
Limbaugh, who had often been hailed by Republicans but slammed by Democrats, had an audience that was “massive,” said Trump.
“He would just talk,” said Trump of the star’s top-rated show. “He wouldn’t just take phone calls; he would just talk for 2 hours, for 3 hours, he would just talk, and that’s not an easy thing to do.”
While on this earth President Trump awarded Rush Limbaugh with the Presidential Medal of Freedom an honor Limbaugh said was the “greatest honor of his life.”
As you go out and about today make sure you honor those around you because you never know when they’ll be gone.
If you would like to watch more of Trump’s interview, you can watch it down below: