Kirsters Baish| You might have noticed that Charles Krauthammer hasn’t been in the public eye lately, in fact he hasn’t been around at all. We’ve all been wondering what’s been going on with him, and the truth has finally come out. After fans noticed that he wasn’t making any posts to his Twitter accounts in the past few weeks, they began to ask questions. Bret Baier has given us all the information he has about Krauthammer’s condition and the reason behind his hiatus.
It has been reported that Krauthammer had surgery and is working on recovering. The conservative commentator’s fans will likely still be worried about him now that the news is out in the open, but at least we know what’s been going on with him. It’s obvious that Americans have been missing his commentary on the daily happenings in our world. While we haven’t seen him in weeks, the news about Krauthammer has at least clarified where he has been. Unfortunately, things have not been going according to plan following his surgery.
“Before we leave, one quick update. Hundreds of you, literally hundreds have emailed, tweeted, or posted questions to me about the status of our colleague, Charles Krauthammer. Charles had a pre-planned surgery his doctors said he needed. He expected a speedy recovery but ran into some complications post-surgery,” Bret Baier stated.
— Brent Baker (@BrentHBaker) October 5, 2017
Baier continued on in his explanation to say that Krauthammer is still recovering in the hospital due to the complications. He explained that his colleague is “making slow steady progress and recovery.” Baier also stated that Krauthammer is ready to get back to work, but his recovery is hindering him from doing so at the moment. He went on, “Believe me, I speak to or email with his wife Robby almost every day. And I share your thoughts and prayers.”
We are also aware that Krauthammer will not be back to work for at least a few more weeks. Baier also stated, “And yes, he does get to watch his Washington Nationals first game of the playoffs against the Cubs, tomorrow night, so we’re pulling for him.”
It’s great news to hear that Krauthammer is doing okay, despite the setbacks following his surgery. Although his recovery is coming along more slowly than expected, it’s good news to hear that he will be back in a few weeks.