Pulitzer Prize-winning Washington Post columnist Charles Krauthammer, best known to the world at large as a popular pundit on the Fox News Channel, has never been one to mince words. Thus it was both heartbreaking and reassuring to the 68-year-old Krauthammer's friends and fans when he released a poignant open letter Friday announcing that he has terminal cancer and only a few weeks to live.

Anchor of FOX News @ Night, Shannon Bream, sat down with Fox News Radio's Guy Benson and Marie Harf to discuss.

On Charles Krauthammer:  He's very insightful. He's so so funny. He's the most brilliant person I think I've ever known personally.  He's one of my favorite favorite people on the planet.  He's just such a light and such a special special person and it's just devastating. (1:10)

On Justice Gorsuch first term in the Supreme Court: The fact is he's obviously a brilliant brilliant legal scholar but he's true to his core principles. He really goes his own way. He really is his fidelity is to the law. He's an unpredictable vote. (5:00)

On Supreme Court cases yet to be announced:  As far as opinions we're waiting for we've got the travel ban 3.0. We've got forced union dues in the big Janus case. We've got several gerrymandering and redistricting cases.  (6:20)

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