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For over a decade, Charles Krauthammer appeared regularly on Fox News Channel and was a frequent panelist on Special Report with Bret Baier.  


Watch a selection of moments from Charles’ many years on Fox News.



Charles was a  weekly panelist on Inside Washington (WJLA) from 1990 until the program ended in 2013.



Over his career, Charles appeared on numerous C-SPAN programs, including Q&A.


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Charles Krauthammer talked about his book, Things That Matter, in which he presents his writings on various social and political issues including limited government, feminism, and the death penalty. 

CSPAN • November 4, 2013 • 67 minutes

In this exclusive, unedited interview, Charles Krauthammer discusses Things That Matter and compliments America's liberal tradition.

Comedy Central's The Daily Show • October 23, 2013 • 25 minutes

In 2009, Charles Krauthammer delivered a memorable and timeless Wriston Lecture, entitled “Decline is a Choice.”

Manhattan Institute • October 5, 2009 • 48 minutes

Charles Krauthammer was interviewed about his syndicated column in the Washington Post and the policies of President Bush in his second term. He also talked about his life and career, political philosophy, and observations about American politics and culture.


CSPAN's Q&A • April 22, 2005 • 59 minutes

Charles Krauthammer reports on the U.S. strikes in Afghanistan and Sudan on terrorists who were involved in the embassy bombings in Africa.

Charlie Rose • August 20, 1998 • 19 minutes

Charles Krauthammer discussed the United Nations and if it is still an effective organization. He answered questions from viewers. 

CSPAN • August 19, 1987 • 46 minutes

Charles Krauthammer answered viewers' questions on U.S. foreign policy.

CSPAN • March 31, 1986 • 57 minutes

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Essayist and New Republic editor Charles Krauthammer discusses moral distinctions and American social habits.

PBS's The Open Mind • September 4, 1984 • 28 minutes

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