There's only three days until Election Day, but two Fox News contributors are already calling the race.

National syndicated columnist Charles Krauthammer believes it will be close, but that Romney will come out with the victory over President Obama on Tuesday.

He joined Sean Hannity to discuss the state of the race, calling Obama the "luckiest politician" he's ever seen after the president received a boost this week from Hurricane Sandy.

He explained that

when Sandy hit, it froze the race and Romney's momentum, allowing Obama to be in the spotlight.


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  • "Inevitably, you get to play commander-in-chief, you get to be in the Situation Room. Of course, he wasn't on Libya, but that's another issue. And then, of course, he gets to stand out there with the Governor of New Jersey, a Republican. So he can now play the bipartisan, whereas he's run the most partisan administration, probably in the last 50 years," said Krauthammer.

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    Later, on On the Record, Greta Van Susteren discussed the prediction of another Fox News contributor, Michael Barone, who forecast that Tuesday's election won't even be close. Click here for more on that prediction.


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