I’m not sure what to say. The world has lost Charles Krauthammer.
In tragic moments it’s better to be thankful for the greatness of the gift we were given than focus on the loss.
I am thankful that we had Charles Krauthammer.
— Fox News (@FoxNews) June 21, 2018
This is a great podcast with Stephen Hayes and Jonah Goldberg on the man.
Rest in peace, good sir.
Some really good tweets about a great man.
I heard the news while driving. It’s awful. I hate it. But it’s tempered by the fact he had about as wonderful a life as a man could carve from this world — all the more heroic given the burdens he was dealt. A glorious mensch. RIP Charles Krauthammer.— Jonah Goldberg (@JonahNRO) June 21, 2018
There will never be another Dr. @krauthammer - never. His brilliance, humor and kindness brightened the lives of everyone who was blessed enough to cross his path. He challenged me, inspired me and I find it hard to believe he's gone. #RIP My Dear Friend - I'm better bc of you— Shannon Bream (@ShannonBream) June 21, 2018
One of baseball’s greatest fans — Charles Krauthammer — passed away today after a long battle with cancer.— Washington Nationals (@Nationals) June 21, 2018
He was loved and admired by many and will be truly missed here at Nationals Park. pic.twitter.com/3ppcLpWXc8
R.I.P. good friend. I am sure you will be owning the panel discussion in heaven as well. And we’ll make sure your wise words and thoughts - your legacy - will live on here @krauthammer— Bret Baier (@BretBaier) June 21, 2018
I've never had a better colleague than Charles Krauthammer - a role model, a mentor and a friend. Brilliant, thoughtful, gracious, generous and hilarious. I'm grateful beyond words for the time I had with him. RIP, Charles.— Stephen Hayes (@stephenfhayes) June 21, 2018
Charles Krauthammer, 1950-2018— Bill Kristol (@BillKristol) June 21, 2018
“The pursuit of truth...through honest debate & rigorous argument is a noble undertaking. I am grateful to have played a small role in the conversations that have helped guide this extraordinary nation’s destiny. I leave this life with no regrets.”
The great Charles Krauthammer has died. We’ve lost a national treasure.— Megyn Kelly (@megynkelly) June 21, 2018
““Better to be paralyzed from the neck down than the neck up.”— The Reagan Battalion (@ReaganBattalion) June 21, 2018
- Charles Krauthammer pic.twitter.com/YlQDEe0Tkx
This video is very touching.