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On "Special Report" tonight, Charles Krauthammer said that Bernie Sanders may win New Hampshire's Democratic primary, but he doesn't have a legitimate chance at winning the Democratic presidential nomination.

Krauthammer explained that once the votes are cast in South Carolina and the southern states, Sanders won't have a chance against Hillary Clinton.

"He's going to be a one-and-a-half state wonder," Krauthammer stated. "He'll be a footnote in history - I think it will be an interesting one."

He pointed out that Sanders represents a constituency of Democrats that could prevail - under the right circumstances - in a future presidential primary.

"But in this race, it's going to be up to the head of the FBI to decide if it's going to be Hillary or not, not up to Sanders."

Watch the "Special Report" panel react above.


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