Krauthammer on Bill Buckley: ‘Most important guiding element of modern conservatism’ [VIDEO]

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What does Charles Krauthammer think of Bill Buckley?

The Pulitzer Prize-winning conservative columnist says he used to attend an annual dinner with Buckley and believes the late founder of the National Review was “the most important guiding element of modern conservatism.”

TheDC recently conducted an extensive interview with Krauthammer in his Washington office about his new book, “Things That Matter: Three Decades of Passions, Pastimes and Politics.” Over the next several days and weeks, we will be featuring the rest of the segments from the interview, including Krauthammer’s reflections on various political and media figures, so check back regularly. The previous segments can be viewed below:

Krauthammer dishes on what he thinks of Jon Stewart

The one question Charles Krauthammer won’t answer 

Krauthammer talks his book, his hobbies and how he learned hypnosis

Krauthammer on Jimmy Carter: ‘The worst ex-president ever’ 

Krauthammer: Matt Drudge is ‘the greatest headline writer in the history of mankind

Krauthammer reveals what he thinks of Rush Limbaugh

Krauthammer: Benjamin Netanyahu ‘is the right man’ for Israel’s crisis with Iran 

Krauthammer: Sanctions ‘need to be strengthened’ on Iran for nuclear negotiations to work

Krauthammer: GOP civil war is a liberal media myth

Krauthammer loves Ted Cruz’s passion 

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