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In 1992, Democrat Bill Clinton was elected president of the United States.
Limbaugh satirized the policies of Clinton and First Lady Hillary Clinton, as well as those of the Democratic Party.
In December 1990, journalist Lewis Grossberger wrote in The New York Times that Limbaugh had "more listeners than any other talk show host" and described Limbaugh's style as "bouncing between earnest lecturer and political vaudevillian." Limbaugh's rising profile coincided with the Persian Gulf War, and his support for the war effort and his relentless ridicule of peace activists.
The program was moved to stations with larger audiences, eventually being broadcast on over 650 radio stations nationwide.
According to December 2015 estimates by Talkers Magazine, Limbaugh has a cume (cumulative weekly audience) of around 13.25 million unique listeners (listening for at least five minutes), making his show the most listened-to talk-radio program in the US.
Since he was 16, Limbaugh has worked as a radio personality, originally as a disc jockey.
The repeal of the Fairness Doctrine—which had required that stations provide free air time for responses to any controversial opinions that were broadcast—by the FCC on August 5, 1987 meant stations could broadcast editorial commentary without having to present opposing views.
In late 2001, he acknowledged that he had become almost completely deaf, although he continued his show.
He was able to regain much of his hearing with the help of a cochlear implant in 2001.
When the Republican Party won control of Congress in the 1994 midterm elections, the freshman Republican class awarded Limbaugh an honorary membership in their caucus believing he had a role in their success.
Limbaugh had publicized personal difficulties in the 2000s.