Religious broadcaster Pat Robertson, known for his influence on GOP politics, dies at 93.
Pat Robertson, influential religious broadcaster, dies at 93, leaving behind a legacy of media presence and conservative Christian organizations.
Pat Robertson's political ambitions grew as he gained financial support and a large following, eventually seeking the GOP presidential nomination in 1988.
Rallying evangelicals and gaining millions of follower pledges to propel his political campaign.
Robertson's endorsement of Bush and the influence on courting Iowa's evangelicals shape ongoing GOP campaigns, including 2024 contenders.
Robertson defied familial disapproval and married his Catholic wife, Dede, after meeting at Yale, where she pursued a master's in nursing.
Robertson's son takes over show as he retires; Robertson founds International Family Entertainment, acquired by Murdoch's News Corp.
Regent University's alumni, Robertson's books, wife's legacy, and extensive family define his multifaceted impact.