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Rush Limbaugh 'felt the heartbeat of the country': Steve Moore
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Steve Moore remembers the late Rush Limbaugh
Former Trump economic adviser Steve Moore remembers Rush Limbaugh’s life and career.
Former Trump economic adviser Steve Moore joined FOX Business’ “Cavuto: Coast to Coast” to celebrate the life and career of Conservative media icon Rush Limbaugh, who died Wednesday morning at the age of 70 after a battle with lung cancer.
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Moore highlighted Limbaugh’s role in shaping the modern-day Republican Party.
“When Reagan left the White House in 1988, there was kind of a lull in the conservative movement at that time,” Moore said. “You know, George H.W. Bush wasn't a real conservative. And then when he lost, Bill Clinton came in and we conservatives were lost in the wilderness.”
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Moore pointed out that conservatives were looking for the next “champion” of the movement.
“And out of the blue comes this radio talk show host who I never even heard of him before,” Moore said. “He just took off like a rocket ship and everybody had to listen to Rush Limbaugh. You just had to. If you wanted to know what was going on politically and you had a conservative bent, you had to listen to him.”
RUSH LIMBAUGH, CONSERVATIVE TALK RADIO PIONEER, DEAD AT 70