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Special Report All-Star Panel favorite Charles Krauthammer released a letter to his fans and supporters, several weeks after undergoing major surgery.

Bret Baier said Krauthammer sent him the letter to be shared with his viewers, as the panel continues to miss his sage voice each night.

A note from @Krauthammer pic.twitter.com/HgsoVMQdW4

Bret Baier (@BretBaier) November 14, 2017

“Thanks to all of you for your cards, letters and good wishes,” Krauthammer wrote. “I am still recovering from major surgery 12 weeks ago. I have graduated from the [Intensive Care Unit] to an advanced rehab facility to regain my strength and stamina.”

“It’s a longer road than anticipated but the support of family friends and kindly viewers continue to sustain me,” Krauthammer said.

“In the immortal words of Arnold Schwarzenegger, ‘I’ll be back’,” he wrote.

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