Charles Krauthammer passed away Thursday at the age of 68. He was a beloved longtime Fox News Contributor, Pulitzer Prize winner, Harvard-trained psychiatrist and best-selling author.  Since his passing, there has been an outpouring of people paying tribute to Charles and his legacy.

Senior Political Analyst for Fox News Channel Brit Hume joins Fox News Radio's Guy Benson and Marie Harf to discuss Charles and more. 

On Charles Krauthammer: I've been learning about the sense of loss that so many of us here at Fox, and at many other places,  felt about Charles because Charles, as extraordinary of a figure he was, seemed to have time for everybody and he was really deeply loved by an extraordinarily large range of people. He was about the nicest man I ever met.   (00:36)

On Trump's tariffs: Well, this is what happens when you use tariffs as a way to combat unfair trade practices. Tariffs can be effective and they are powerful but they are playing with fire and you see these unintended consequences.  (7:18)

On polls showing Trump's economic approval in the midst of immigration backlash: I think zero-tolerance on paper is probably popular but its side effects, separation of parents and children at the border, is not popular. But I think it may balance out and not hurt him as much as one might imagine it would. (9:50)

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