Two months ago, we had the chance to sit down with Rush Limbaugh, who has had a busy week, and asked him some questions about health.
But this is a story about health, not politics.
Here’s a look at some of the things Limbaugh has been talking about recently:His own healthAfter being diagnosed with stage IV breast cancer in December, Limbaugh spent much of the first two weeks of the year on his own.
His doctor told him that the cancer had spread to the lymph nodes and would eventually kill him.
The diagnosis made Limbaugh very cautious about any more travel, so he returned home to Texas, where he remained at home until April 2.
Limbaugh didn’t speak to reporters until April 19.
But a few days later, he appeared on Sean Hannity’s radio show, and the next day, he took to Twitter to discuss the situation.
“When I was diagnosed, I was scared of going on the road.
My doctors said I needed to stop taking medicine,” Limbaugh said.
“I felt like I was taking a medicine that was very dangerous and I was going to die.
I had to make the choice between life and death.
I was a fighter and I got my wish.”
Limbaugh also weighed in on the health of former President Barack Obama, who was diagnosed with cancer in November and is in remission.
“A lot of people say to me, ‘Why do you feel so good about the president?’
Because he is doing really well.
I have to tell you, it’s just incredible how he’s been able to survive,” Limbaugh told Hannity.
“The last couple weeks have been very tough, but I think that’s because I know I’ve got the best team.”
Lance Armstrong, his former teammate who Armstrong was convicted of doping in 2016, has also been a frequent target of Rush Limbaugh.
Limbaugh said he had a meeting with Armstrong and his wife last month in New York City, and Limbaugh said the conversation was “very emotional” and “very frank.”
“Lance was absolutely disgusted with his former coach, and he is a man who, as you know, has a reputation for being a complete hypocrite and a cheat,” Limbaugh continued.
“It is hard to believe that he, as a former professional athlete, would be so proud of himself.
I know that he has done a lot of bad things, but this is the man that has been a cheater in the sport of cycling, and I think we all know that, right?”
Rush Limbaugh on his healthThe former radio host said that he believes Limbaugh has “been on a lot worse medications” than his fellow athletes.
Limbaugh has a history of complaining about his health and said he was concerned about his physical health, too.
“In my 30 years of being on radio, I never saw a guy get sick like I’ve seen,” Limbaugh explained.
“So I’m worried that he might get sick because he’s doing this on a regular basis.”
But Limbaugh said it’s not the first time Limbaugh has felt sick.
He said he suffered from flu-like symptoms during the first three weeks of this year, but said he quickly recovered and is back on the air.
“As I got better, I started seeing a decrease in my flu-type symptoms,” Limbaugh stated.
“At the end of the day, I’m fine.
I’m not a fighter, but the illness is in the rearview mirror.”
Rush Limbaugh has had some recent health issues.
He revealed in April that he had surgery for an infection in his gallbladder in April.
He also said he is currently experiencing flu-related headaches and nausea.