On "Special Report" tonight, Charles Krauthammer weighed in on the latest in the "Clinton Cash" controversy, including comments from former President Bill Clinton defending the Clinton Foundation's transparency and alleging that author Peter Schweizer doesn't have a shred of evidence.

"It's sort of amusing,"Krauthammer said. "It reminds you of what they've said about a lot of other stuff they lied about consistently in the 90s."

"And this is just a guarantee that if we elect Hillary, we're going to get this for another eight years."

"It's not news when President Clinton says something that's intellectually sociopathic and just completely cut off from reality," George Will remarked.

"What we've got here is a difference of opinion," Will said. "The author says, 'I've got these facts and these facts justify these conclusions.' President Clinton says as, I guess, the press spokesman for his wife, 'It's all rubbish.'"

"Well, what we need is a referee. I assume we can count on, say, the paper of record, The New York Times, to go into a protracted and deep examination of all this."

"That's an assumption I wouldn't make about, actually, The New York Times or the other liberal media," Krauthammer said.

Watch the "Special Report" panel in the clip above.

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