Florida Lowers State Flags at Half-Staff in Honor of Rush Limbaugh on Wednesday: Gov. DeSantis

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radio icon Rush Limbaugh died last Wednesday at age 70

ABOVE VIDEO: Gov. Ron DeSantis was joined by Rush Limbaugh’s producer and friend, James Golden, during a news conference in West Palm Beach.

(FOX NEWS) – Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis, R., plans to lower the state’s flags to half-staff in honor of radio icon Rush Limbaugh, who died last Wednesday at age 70 and called the state home for decades.

DeSantis, who had been pressed to honor the revered conservative figure, confirmed Friday he would do it once Limbaugh’s burial date was announced.

Lowering flags to half-staff is often done after deaths of significant American figures or national tragedies.

“What we do when there’s things of this magnitude, once the date of internment for Rush is announced, we’re going to be lowering the flags to half-staff,” DeSantis said in West Palm Beach, according to the Tampa Bay Times.

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