Former President George W. Bush releases statement after the death of Charles Krauthammer

Both the political and news communities have lost one of the truly good guys.

On Thursday, Charles Krauthammer passed away, provoking somber thoughts from both liberals and conservatives, including former President George W. Bush, who wrote alongside his wife:

Well Respected

When Charles Krauthammer spoke, people listened.

A regular political contributor on Fox News, Krauthammer was also a winner of the Pulitzer Prize.

In recent months, Krauthammer had been missing from Fox News due to a battle with cancer.

Earlier this month, he revealed the disease was spreading rapidly throughout his body.

The revelation his doctors had given him only weeks to live stunned the entire community.


It was no surprise that as word of his death spread, condolences started to pour in from around the country.

Vice President Pence sent a tweet as well, writing:

House Speaker Paul Ryan followed suit, saying:

One of the greatest attributes of Krauthammer was that he never pulled punches, and he never warmed up to someone simply because he was supposed to.

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If he didn’t like someone’s politics, Republican or Democrat, he let them know it.

You will truly be missed Mr. Krauthammer. RIP.

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