Tucker: 'Honest and Genuinely Decent' Charles Krauthammer Will Be Missed
Tucker Carlson honored the life of Dr. Charles Krauthammer, who died Thursday at the age of 68.
Carlson said Krauthammer was an "honest and genuinely decent man."
He called Krauthammer the "bravest man I ever met personally."
"It takes courage to stay cheerful and human for 68 years," he said, adding that that fact was doubly evident in light of Krauthammer's partial paralysis that stemmed from a diving accident.
Carlson said Krauthammer's many friends at Fox News Channel and many viewers at home will miss his voice and his intellect.
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Upon the death of the Pulitzer-prize winning commentator, Fox News presents the moving and inspirational story of Charles Krauthammer’s life as told in his own words. The hour-long special includes reflections by Bret Baier, Brit Hume, Sean Hannity, Tucker Carlson, Laura Ingraham, Fred Barnes, and George Will.