Rush Limbaugh Illustrates How Trump 'Not Being Ideological' Is A Problem
Rush Limbaugh is an American radio personality and author known for his ultraconservative and often controversial opinions. Limbaugh was the older of two sons of a prominent Cape Girardeau family. At age 16 he began working at the local radio station before and after school. After graduation from high school, he attended Southeast Missouri State University for one year and then dropped out. He left home in 1971 to pursue a career in radio, but, after being fired from stations in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, and Kansas City, Missouri, he quit radio in 1978 to work in ticket sales for the Kansas City Royals professional baseball team. After five years he was back in radio as a news commentator, but he was fired for being too controversial. However, his ad-libbing appealed to station KFBK in Sacramento, California, which was looking to replace the outgoing Morton Downey, Jr., who exhibited a wild and often offensive style. Limbaugh was hired in 1984, and within a year he became the top radio host in Sacramento.
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