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A.B. Stoddard delivered a touching tribute to her friend Charles Krauthammer on "Fox & Friends" Friday morning.

Krauthammer, one of the most influential political analysts of the modern era and a longtime favorite of Fox News Channel viewers, passed away Thursday at age 68 after a battle with cancer.

Stoddard appeared on the "Special Report" panel nearly every week with Krauthammer from 2009 to 2017, and she described him as a "singular presence" and a "towering intellect."

"There won't be anyone else like him," Stoddard said. "Every one of us who was around him and had the privilege of being around him feels so incredibly blessed to have known him."


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She said Krauthammer was as wise and brilliant as he appeared in his works, but he was also inherently decent, joyful and warm.

"He was just an infectious person to be around," Stoddard said. "He was so much more than just the work -- the great work that will carry on."

She revealed what stood out most in their friendship was their shared love of being parents.

"What Charles did in spite of his diving accident at 22 -- confining him to a wheelchair for life -- was live a full life and live as full a life as a father as he could," Stoddard said. "The things that he and Daniel shared -- a love of books, of movies, of sports -- and the tales that he told me about that really will always stay with me as my most cherished memory."

Watch the moving tribute above, and tune in to "Charles Krauthammer: His Words" at 9:00pm ET tonight on Fox News Channel.


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