Charles Krauthammer was on “Hannity” tonight to weigh in on President Barack Obama's handling of Iraq.

Krauthammer said that the surge won the war for us, but Obama “was unfortunately unable to manage the victory.” He said that Obama wasn’t able to broker a coalition government or manage a status of forces agreement.

“He threw away the victory, and now we are reaping the results of that terrible decision,” he said.


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Krauthammer said that the U.S. knows what it can do with an air force, special forces, spotters on the ground and use of local ground forces.

“Can Obama replicate that in Iraq? I don’t know, we’ll find out.”