Here Are Krauthammer's Picks for the Democratic and Republican VPs
On "Special Report" tonight, Charles Krauthammer revealed his picks for the Republican and Democratic vice presidential candidates.
So, who does Krauthammer think presumptive nominees Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton will choose as their running mates?
Krauthammer's favorite for the VP nod is Sen. Bob Corker (R-TN), chairman of the Senate Committee on Foreign Relations, who is meeting Trump Monday at Trump Tower in New York City.
Krauthammer also put "big bets" on former Massachusetts Sen. Scott Brown and Ohio Gov. John Kasich.
He had former Speaker of the House Newt Gingrich and former South Carolina Sen. Jim DeMint rounding out his picks, with a $20 bet - out of $100 - placed on "the field."
"I have no idea," Krauthammer admitted.
As for the Democrats, Krauthammer had a first-place tie between Ohio Sen. Sherrod Brown and Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders, two "extremely progressive" candidates.
He explained that Sanders would likely be a one-term vice president, while Brown could be seen as a younger version of Sanders who could satisfy leftists' demands.
Just behind those two, Krauthammer picked Virginia Sen. Tim Kaine and Secretary of Labor Tom Perez, leaving $10 for the rest of the field.
He explained Kaine has been on many VP shortlists over the past several elections, while Perez would help Clinton with the Hispanic vote.
Watch more above.