Conservative commentator and Pulitzer Prize victor Charles Krauthammer has died at age 68. My doctors tell me their best estimate is that I have only a few weeks left to live.
Krauthammer initially trained to be a psychiatrist and graduated from Harvard Medical School before joining the administration of President Jimmy Carter.
Last year, Krauthammer had surgery to remove a cancerous tumor in his abdomen, and it led to complications that have kept him hospitalized.
Krauthammer revealed earlier this month that he only had weeks to live.
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Krauthammer was a conservative political commentator who appeared on various Fox News programs.
"I leave this life with no regrets", he added. "It was a wonderful life - full and complete with the great loves and great endeavors that make it worth living", Krauthammer wrote. He later became a panelist on PBS' "Inside Washington" and eventually joined Fox News as a political analyst.
In a statement, McConnell said he'll miss Krauthammer's friendship, and "our long conversations which ranged from policy to history to the state of our Washington Nationals". He is survived by his wife, Robyn, and their adult son, Daniel.
"I made one promise to myself on day one - I was not going to allow it to alter my life", he said.