Rush Limbaugh’s been the most successful talk show host in American history since he went on the air in 1988.
The 2020 election season has been a difficult one for Limbaugh in many respects.
And now Rush Limbaugh made this giant announcement about who would take over his show.
Rush Limbaugh announced that Donald Trump would be taking over his show for one day as the largest MAGA rally in history with millions of Limbaugh’s listeners in attendance.
“I’m thrilled to announce that our commander-in-chief, President Donald Trump, will be right here tomorrow hosting the largest virtual rally in radio history,” Limbaugh told his listeners.
“Be sure to tune in. You don’t want to miss this. It will be special and I am really looking forward to it,” Limbaugh added.
The President is still confined to the White House so the President wants to talk to his supporters and demonstrate that he was fully recovered from the coronavirus by demonstrating that he had the stamina and ability to speak for long periods of time.
President Trump’s interview was a success on both counts.
When the show came on the air, President Trump got right down to brass tacks by telling Limbaugh’s audience that he had just received polling data showing Arizona, Nevada, Florida, North Carolina and Pennsylvania looking good and that he believed he would score a bigger Electoral College victory than in 2016.
“And we just got great polls out of — you probably heard — out of Arizona. We’re getting them out of Nevada. You know, the real polls, not the fake polls. We’re getting them out of North Carolina, looking really good. I think Pennsylvania’s looking good, Florida’s looking great. It’s all a big, phony deal they have going, Rush. And we’re gonna win this. I think it’s gonna be a bigger win than we had four years ago,” President Trump declared.
Those polls ran in sharp contrast to the public polling data from corporate media outlets which showed Joe Biden on the verge of a historic landslide.
Polls in 2016 missed President Trump’s victory in key states by under-sampling Trump supporters.
President Trump told Limbaugh the pollsters may be making the same mistake again.
Many Trump supporters look at on-the-ground reports of the Republicans registering more new voters than Democrats and wonder if the polls are accurately modeling the composition of the electorate that will turn out on November 3.
President Trump also proved he was perfectly healthy.
The President carried on a two hour conversation with Limbaugh and the audience with no signs of difficulty breathing or his speech being interrupted by coughing.
If anything, the President showed he was ready to get out on the campaign trail as soon as possible.
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