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Charles Krauthammer reflected on the departure of White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer.

"Sean Spicer, we hardly knew ye," Krauthammer said on "Special Report."

Krauthammer said he felt sorry for the former RNC spokesman, adding that he was in "way over his head" in such a tumultuous White House.

"This is a guy who was not prepared," he said. "If he had Thomas Jefferson as a president, he would've had a hard time."

Krauthammer said Spicer made too many critical gaffes, like his "Holocaust centers" remark, speaking of concentration camps.

"He's sort of liberated now," Krauthammer added.

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