Charles Krauthammer Disappeared Off the Grid after Undergoing Surgery...Here's What He's up to Now
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Charles Krauthammer Disappeared Off the Grid after Undergoing Surgery…Here’s What He’s up to Now

Has anybody seen Charles Krauthammer?

As per latest reports, the political figure recently released a statement Fox News’s Bret Baier regarding his whereabouts and future plans:

The topic of Krauthammer was first introduced after a long time in October when it was reported he was up for a surgery, during which there were plenty of complications. The origin of the surgery still remains unrevealed.

The COTR, website even expressed willingness to meet up with him, by writing in one of their 2010 posts,

My resolution for the next decade is to meet Charles Krauthammer and then introduce him to my dad, and then watch the two of them play chess together.  Unlikely, I know, which is why I’m allowing a whole decade.  You guys just don’t understand what complete soulmates CK and my dad are.  I suspect they share as much of a brain as Daisy and I do – such that if they were in each other’s company, they’d be finishing each other’s sentences and marveling at their freaky similarities.

 Now that has turned into reality.

All is good, and it seems Krauthammer is making an excellent progress. It is only a matter of time before he gets back into politics much like McCain did after his surgery.

Let’s hope he will be able to get back o the horse in no time, taking full advantage of 2018.

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  1. Hans knudsen

    December 6, 2017 at 3:09 pm

    Miss you Charles on Fox, hope you recover quickly,in our prayers. Jyk

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