特朗普卸任后首度现身媒体,哀悼电台主持人病逝

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中央社

据“中央社”报道,美国知名保守派广播谈话节目主持人,也是美国前总统特朗普的坚定支持者林堡(Rush Limbaugh),于2月17日因病去世,享年70岁。特朗普接受媒体访问时对他进行了称赞和哀悼,这也是特朗普卸任后首度出现在媒体上。

据报道,林堡的妻子17日在林堡的节目上宣布,林堡因为罹患肺癌去世。林堡是美国知名电台主持人,也是右翼保守派的重要意见领袖,更是特朗普的坚定支持者。

Former President Trump will appear on @SeanHannity on Wednesday night at 9pm after #RushLimbaugh’s death.

The former president will also likely speak about his future plans and statement against @LeaderMcConnell earlier this week. https://t.co/i9hEAD7wWk

— The Epoch Times (@EpochTimes) February 18, 2021

2020年,特朗普在国会发表国情咨文演说时,还特别颁发自由奖章给当时刚对外透露罹癌的林堡。

对于林堡的病逝,特朗普罕见主动致电福克斯新闻网(Fox News)表达对林堡病逝的哀悼。特朗普表示,林堡最大的愿望是坚持到2020年总统大选之后,他也非常努力坚定工作直到大选结束,“他真的了不起,实现了愿望”。

白宫发言人普萨基(Jen Psaki)17日在白宫例行记者会上,被问到总统拜登是否会发表声明哀悼林堡的病逝时表示,她是在记者会开始前才得知林堡病逝的消息,尚未与拜登谈及此事。她也代表拜登转达哀悼之意,以及向林堡家人的慰问。

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cowboy62
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吸烟又杀了一个人,杀的是一个宣扬吸烟不会杀人的浑身充满仇恨、偏见、谎言、阴谋论的种族主义者,70岁死于肺癌,活的够长了。 这个美国传媒界最邪恶的人去年川普见他快死了给他发了总统自由勋章,幸好川普下台了,不然还会来个国葬。
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Armin
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当年小布什打伊拉克的时候这厮可跟着没少煽呼,记得这厮说中东的石油我们美国居然还要花钱买,想想吧,我们对中东穆斯林真是太慷慨大方了,打下伊拉克美国的汽油就会像沙特一样便宜。
弟兄
3 楼
川普真是知恩图报,饮水思源阿,他完全是抄袭了这位小学毕业的农村电台主持人
河西海龟
4 楼
都是些煽动白人至上的人士。
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WeThePeople
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物以类聚,一个典型的种族主义者,没想到才70岁,低于中国人的平均寿命
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mobamo
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林堡年薪大概是黑猩猩兩倍,每年差不多100,000,000美元
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mobamo
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據估計聽他的節目的美國人大約有2700萬到3900萬
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mobamo
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林堡確實是富有爭議的公眾人物,雖然很多人不同意他的某些觀點,但是他還是贏得了大多數美國人民的尊敬
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kittyl
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典型的无知自大的美国白人代表。这种人寿命都不会长
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novtim2
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种族主义和白人至上的创始人鼻祖。他的言语充满仇恨和偏见。许多白人说自己不是种族主义,但是他们的言论和行为充满了种族主义,他们认为那完全是正常的。就向TRUMP拒绝承认选举结果,他认为那是完全正常的,因为法律和规则都是用来约束有色人种的,白人怎么也需要约束,他们都是 VERY FINE PEOPLE。 他们把开发商从农民手里天价购买商业用地开发房地产,看作是有色人种对白人的驱赶,说有色人种把他们从世代继承的土地上赶走了。
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hombre
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Rush Limbaugh口才极好, 幽默, 观点也很有道理。 可惜自从和Trump搞到一起, 就患上绝症。 也算老天有眼。
北美平民2015
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这么conservative的人还结婚四次, 无子女。真怪。
铁托
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这厮哗哗翻资料时,必说口头禅:my nicotine stained fingers ...... 经常嘲笑禁烟者,以抽雪茄自鸣得意,得肺癌一点都不奇怪。
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Sam大树
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四次? 川川加油,追上他! 北美平民2015 发表评论于 2021-02-17 21:19:25 这么conservative的人还结婚四次, 无子女。真怪。
不可告人
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人生的最大遗憾,人死了,伟哥还没用完。
儿子的爸爸
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@不可告人。:): ) : )
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mobamo
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Influence and legacy Limbaugh shortly after being awarded the Presidential Medal of Freedom on February 4, 2020 Limbaugh was widely recognized as one of the premiere voices of the conservative movement in the United States beginning in the 1990s. In a 1992 letter, Ronald Reagan thanked him, "for all you're doing to promote Republican and conservative principles ... [and] you have become the Number One voice for conservatism in our Country."[282][283] In 1994, Republicans in the U.S. House of Representatives made Limbaugh an honorary member.[284] In 1995, Limbaugh was profiled on the PBS series Frontline in a one-hour documentary called "Rush Limbaugh's America". Limbaugh refused to be interviewed, but his mother, brother and many Republican supporters took part, as well as critics and opponents.[285] By the 1990s, Limbaugh had become known for his love of cigars, saying, "I think cigars are just a tremendous addition to the enjoyment of life."[286] During his syndicated television program from 1992 to 1996, he also became known for wearing distinctive neckties. In response to viewer interest, Limbaugh launched a series of ties[287] designed primarily by his then-wife Marta.[288] Limbaugh used props, songs and photos to introduce his monologues on various topics. On his radio show, news about the homeless was often preceded by the Clarence "Frogman" Henry song "Ain't Got No Home".[22] For a time, Dionne Warwick's song, "I Know I'll Never Love This Way Again" preceded reports about people with HIV/AIDS.[289] These later became "condom updates" preceded by Fifth Dimension's song, "Up, Up and Away".[22] For two weeks in 1989, on his Sacramento radio show, Limbaugh performed "caller abortions" where he would end a call suddenly to the sounds of a vacuum cleaner and a scream. He would then deny that he had "hung up" on the caller, which he had promised not to do. Limbaugh claims that he used this gag to illustrate "the tragedy of abortion" as well as to highlight the question of whether abortion constitutes murder.[290] During the Clinton administration, while taping his television program, Limbaugh referred to media coverage of Socks, the Clintons' cat. He then stated, "But did you know there is also a White House dog?" and a picture of Chelsea Clinton was shown. When questioned about it, Limbaugh claimed that it was an accident and that without his permission some technician had put up the picture of Chelsea.[291][292] Limbaugh was awarded the Marconi Radio Award for Syndicated Radio Personality of the Year by the National Association of Broadcasters five times – 1992, 1995, 2000, 2005, and 2014 (given by the National Association of Broadcasters).[293][294] He was inducted into the National Radio Hall of Fame in 1993 and the National Association of Broadcasters Hall of Fame in 1998.[6][7] By 2001, he inked a $285 million contract for eight years, which was renewed in 2008 for another eight years at $400 million.[295] By 2017, Limbaugh was the second highest paid radio host in the United States, earning an annual salary of $84 million – second only to Howard Stern.[296] Talkers Magazine ranked him as the greatest ever radio talk show host in 2002,[297] and in 2017, he was the most-listened-to radio host in the United States with 14 million listeners.[298] Limbaugh was awarded the inaugural William F. Buckley Jr. Award for Media Excellence by the Media Research Center, a conservative media analysis group in 2007.[299] Conservative magazine Human Events also announced Limbaugh as their 2007 Man of the Year.[300] Later that same year, Barbara Walters featured Limbaugh as one of the most fascinating people of the year in a special that aired on December 4, 2008.[301] On February 28, 2009, following his self-described "first address to the nation" lasting 90 minutes, carried live on CNN and Fox News and recorded for C-SPAN, Limbaugh received CPAC's "Defender of the Constitution Award", a document originally signed by Benjamin Franklin, given to someone "who has stood up for the First Amendment ... Rush Limbaugh is for America, exactly what Benjamin Franklin did for the Founding Fathers ... the only way we will be successful is if we listen to Rush Limbaugh."[302] In his 2010 book, Rush Limbaugh: An Army of One, Ze'ev Chafets cited Limbaugh as, "the brains and the spirit behind" the Republican Party's resurgence in the 2010 midterm elections in the wake of the election of President Obama.[303] Chafets pointed, among others, to Sen. Arlen Specter's defeat, after being labeled by Limbaugh as a "Republican in Name Only", and to Sarah Palin, whose "biggest current applause line – Republicans are not just the party of no, but the party of hell no – came courtesy of Mr. Limbaugh." Limbaugh has argued the "party-of-no" conservative course for the Republicans vigorously, notably since six weeks after Obama's inauguration, and has been fundamental to, and encouraging to, the more prominently noted Tea Party movement.[304] Rush Limbaugh was inducted into the Hall of Famous Missourians on May 14, 2012, in a secret ceremony announced only 20 minutes before it began in order to prevent negative media attention.[305] A bronze bust of Limbaugh is on display at the Missouri State Capitol building in Jefferson City, along with 40 other awardees. Limbaugh's bust includes a security camera to prevent vandalism.[306][307] On February 4, 2020, the day after he announced that he had advanced lung cancer, Limbaugh was a guest of President Donald Trump at the 2020 State of the Union Address, where he was presented with the Presidential Medal of Freedom by Melania Trump.[308]
北美平民2015
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寿命低于中国男人平均寿命。伟哥吃太多,雪茄抽太多,就这结果。
有鹿的地方
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楼下川粉毫不掩饰的用种族歧视语言,猜这黑猩猩是指哪个黑人,文学城居然能容忍这样的言论。 华人不想被歧视,要学会尊重其它少数族裔,而不是想当然觉得自己和白人一起比其它族裔高贵 ------------------ mobamo 发表评论于 2021-02-17 19:24:00 林堡年薪大概是黑猩猩兩倍,每年差不多100,000,000美元