Krauthammer: ‘Appalling’ Kerry Said Charlie Hebdo Murders Had ‘Legitimacy’

‘A president who said at the U.N. ‘The future does not belong to those who insult the prophet,’ they think deep down, that the murder of cartoonist has kind of legitimacy’

KRAUTHAMMER: "If a gaffe is when a politician speaks the truth, what’s really on his mind. When Kerry said legitimacy, it told us a lot about him and the president. A president who said at the U.N. 'The future does not belong to those who insult the prophet,' they think deep down, that the murder of cartoonist has kind of legitimacy. Because it transgressed religious sensibility. That’s appalling coming out of the Secretary of State and by consensus, this administration."

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