Egyptian President Morsi leaves presidential palace as protests turn violent

Fox News

CAIRO –  Egyptian President Mohammed Morsi  left the presidential palace Tuesday as violence erupted between police and at  least 100,000 protesters gathered in Cairo.

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Obama’s 3 AM Moment

American Thinker

One of the issues raised in the run-up to our last presidential election was the question “Which candidate is best qualified to handle a ‘3 AM moment’?” America now has a partial answer. It isn’t President Obama.


Last Friday was Day 4 of the ongoing protests in Egypt, where tens of thousands Egyptians took to the streets to demand the ouster of President Hosni Mubarak. As the situation reached a flash point, with a mounting death toll and Egyptian tanks in the streets of Cairo, President Obama maintained his silence. Well, not quite. He did Twitter, by proxy.

While Cairo Burns, Obama Parties

by Keith Koffler

The Washington A-List was out in force Saturday night at the farewell party for senior adviser David Axelrod, with a roster of guests featuring Cabinet secretaries, big shot journos and – President Obama.

As revolution threatened to sweep Egypt and possibly other allies – with the horrifying prospect of Islamism replacing reliable friends – the president was on view partying with the IN crowd.

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