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Charles Krauthammer said on "Special Report" tonight that President Obama's primetime address in the wake of the San Bernardino terror attack reiterated that the president never wanted to fight the war on terror.

"I think deep down he believes the war on terror was a gross overreach," Krauthammer said, pointing out that Obama has said that the U.S. provoked the ire of much of the Muslim world with our foreign policy, anti-Muslim rhetoric and Guantanamo Bay.

"He thinks, therefore, the cure is for us to do as little as possible," Krauthammer said. "It's an insane strategic view of the world, but he actually holds it. And I think that's why the American people are so scared. He's our leader and he believes that?!"

See more from the "Special Report" All-Star Panel above and check out recent polls that reveal Americans' concerns about Obama's strategy on ISIS and terrorism below.

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