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Consider Limbaugh’s treatment of Malia Obama in 2010 when she was only 11 years old. Limbaugh mocked Malia in a disturbing “skit” about the BP spill, where he tried to imitate the child’s voice and instead came out sounding like something out of “The Exorcist.” Malia’s inclusion in this topic was inexplicable, as the child had nothing to do with the spill, and was seemingly introduced as a gratuitous way for Limbaugh to humiliate her father.In 1988, an adult Amy Carter – the sole daughter of President Jimmy Carter – reemerged to the national spotlight after protesting U.S. involvement in Central America and apartheid in South Africa. Instead of furthering civil discussion of these topics, Limbaugh’s response was to call her “the most unattractive presidential daughter in the history of the country.” He was forced to apologize, but not before adding an additional insult years later during his radio show: “She can’t help the way she looks.”A history of Rush Limbaugh's disturbing attacks on children - AMERICAblog NewsLimbaugh’s most disturbing bullying incident stretches to a few years later, when he called a then-13-year-old Chelsea Clinton “the White House dog.” Limbaugh again half-heartedly apologized, but not before blaming the error on a technical glitch, saying that a picture of Chelsea was mistakenly displayed instead of the dog’s. “I don’t need to get laughs by commenting on people’s looks, especially a young child who’s done nothing wrong,” he added. “I mean, she can’t control the way she looks.”