The conservative commentator will start broadcasting a syndicated radio show in May that will air in Limbaugh's old time slot.
The state's Republican-controlled legislature approved a resolution to honor the right-wing radio host known for making racist, sexist and homophobic comments.
The official document contains some unofficial wording that might be stretching things a bit.
The governor's "decision to honor him is an embarrassment to Florida," tweeted Rep. Debbie Wasserman-Schultz.
“My putting stance was designed to improve my stats, NOT an invitation to look up my skirt!” Wie tweeted after Giuliani's appalling "joke."
Pete Hegseth called the article "sick" and Fox Nation's Lara Logan said she was “a better person than that."
The former president just couldn't stay on topic -- again.
Twitter users burn Cigar Aficionado for ignoring a key fact about the radio host's death.
Limbaugh saturated America's airwaves with cruelty and conspiracies, amassing millions of listeners and transforming the Republican Party.
The Illinois Republican received a letter from relatives slamming him for joining the "Devil's Army" and voting to impeach Trump.