He told me, 'Never settle for what you think you know'
"He told me, 'Never settle for what you think you know, Harris.'" Harris Faulkner remembers longtime Fox News contributor Charles Krauthammer. fxn.ws/2MJtVdk
Charles Krauthammer dies at age 68
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