The Five co-host Dana Perino remembered her friend Dr. Charles Krauthammer on The Story on Thursday.

Perino said that other than President George W. Bush, she "learned more from Charles Krauthammer than anyone else in my life."

"I remember reading him every Friday," she said of his weekly Washington Post column. "I didn't care what was on the front page. I wanted to see what Charles had written."

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Perino said one Krauthammer column that still sticks with her is a 2006 column memorializing his elder brother Marcel Krauthammer.

As Bret Baier previously discussed, the two siblings were often inseparable.

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Upon the death of the Pulitzer-prize winning commentator, Fox News presents the moving and inspirational story of Charles Krauthammer’s life as told in his own words.  The hour-long special includes reflections by Bret Baier, Brit Hume, Sean Hannity, Tucker Carlson, Laura Ingraham, Fred Barnes, and George Will.