Chris Wallace Reveals What Kind of Man Krauthammer Really Is in Emotional On-Air Tribute

Krauthammer, 68, revealed earlier Friday that he was dying of cancer The graceful greatness of conservative commentator Charles Krauthammer was revealed in his farewell, Fox News anchor Chris Wallace said Friday in an on-air tribute to the conservative legend.

Krauthammer, 68, revealed earlier Friday that he was dying of cancer and had only weeks to live. Although he became a quadriplegic more than 40 years ago after a diving accident, Krauthammer achieved fame as a voice for conservative principles and policies.

“I leave this life with no regrets,” Krauthammer wrote in his farewell letter, according to Fox News. “It was a wonderful life — full and complete with the great loves and great endeavors that make it worth living. I am sad to leave, but I leave with the knowledge that I lived the life that I intended.”

Wallace, the anchor for “Fox News Sunday,” shared his thoughts about Krauthammer.

“As he discovered, to his shock, the cancer had returned and … he talks about ‘the final verdict is in, my fight is over’ and finally when he says that ‘I leave this life with no regret,’ it is such quintessential Charles Krauthammer,” Wallace said. “It is so graceful, it is so honest, it is so brave.”?Wallace said he knew of Krauthammer’s diagnosis about 10 days before the commentator made the news public.

In his on-air tribute, he noted that Krauthammer never let the tragedy that took ...

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