Radio Host Rush Limbaugh, 69, Says He Could Travel for Cancer Treatments During COVID-19 Lockdown Because He Was Deemed ‘Essential’

Updated December 18th, 2020

Radio Host Rush Limbaugh, 69, Says He Could Travel for Cancer Treatments During COVID-19 Lockdown Because He Was Deemed ‘Essential’

Radio host Rush Limbaugh tells listeners how he traveled during the pandemic "doing cancer treatment things;" he is battling advanced lung cancer after being diagnosed in February.

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