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I am here to tell you Anderson is very concise & they ARE telling the Truth at CNN…

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Feb. 10: Thousands pack Cairo’s Tahrir Square in anticipation of President Hosni Mubarak’s announcement that he will step down. -
Source: EPA

Egyptian lawyers in black robes, right, are stopped by anti-riot police officers, left, as they stream into Cairo’s Tahrir Square.

The local government headquarters, is set on fire by protesters, claiming delays on requests for housing in Port Said. Source: AP

Egyptian anti-Mubarak protesters camp out next to Army tanks and armored vehicles near Tahrir square in Cairo, Egypt. Protesters appear to have settled in for a long standoff, turning Tahrir Square into a makeshift village with tens of thousands coming every day, with some sleeping in tents made of blankets and plastic sheets. Source: AP

Egyptian protesters wave a giant flag in front of the Egyptian Parliament in Cairo, Egypt. Around 2,000 protesters waved huge flags outside the parliament several blocks from Tahrir Wednesday, where they moved a day earlier in the movement’s first expansion out of the square. They chanted slogans demanding the dissolving of the legislature, where almost all the seats are held by the ruling party.

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What tricks my trigger is how this piece of crap & Muburak said don’t listen to any ‘outside’ forces. Mubarak emphatically proclaimed they don’t need anyone to tell them anything. Hmmm, then give back the BILLIONS we gave you in foreign aide & Mubuark used for himself via corruption! ~JP

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In a phone interview from the ground in Tahrir Square, Neil got reaction to what one American woman called a “patronizing” address by President Mubarak as anger builds in the city amongst weary protesters.

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