Former Vice President Mike Pence celebrated the life of Rush Limbaugh on Wednesday, reacting to the news of the legendary broadcaster’s death.
“Rush Limbaugh, he made conservatism fun. There’s an old saying that winners have fun, and Rush Limbaugh’s voice made conservatives proud,” Pence said in a phone call on Fox News.
Limbaugh’s death from lung cancer was announced on his show by his wife Kathryn on Wednesday. He was 70 years old.
The former vice president said he was among the tens of millions of Limbaugh “ditto-head” fans mourning the death of a conservative champion in America.
“Rush Limbaugh will never be forgotten,” Pence said, noting a “deep sense of personal loss” in his household. “There will never be another Rush Limbaugh.”
“He was a good man. People heard his heart every day, but no one in my lifetime has ever more consistently given voice to the timeless ideals