Rush Limbaugh is hardly shy about sharing his opinions. So when he begged off backing Donald Trump, it opened eyes across his Excellence in Broadcasting Network.Pushed by a caller Monday to endorse the presumptive GOP nominee, Limbaugh said: “I think it’s a moot point now. … In the words of a famous and well-known politician: What difference does it make now?”
The Blaze noted that Limbaugh “never thought that it was so important for him to share his opinions on everything so his audience can follow his lead.”
The caller wouldn’t let up, saying: “He needs your endorsement! It’s that important! And it’s about time you did it!”
“It’s not what I do,” said the conservative talk-show host, who praised Ted Cruz and Marco Rubio in this primary season.
What did social media do? Weigh in.
Limbaugh Says He Won’t Endorse Trump: 'What Difference Does It Make Now?'
Damn, even Rush admits he's the 800 pound irrelevant in the room.
— Paul Lander (@paul_lander) May 25, 2016
In primaries, Trump only needed to reach Fox viewers & Limbaugh listeners. How will he reach voters outside those groups to win in November?
— Bruce Bartlett (@BruceBartlett) May 23, 2016
not joking. the conspiracy-fest campaign Trump's running is EXACTLY the hysterical campaign Limbaugh wanted GOP to run in 1996.
— Eric Boehlert (@EricBoehlert) May 24, 2016
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