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Meanwhile -- was a little busy over the weekend as they were in Egypt major developments happen.
A member of the Muslim Brotherhood officially declared the winner of the country's -- -- presidential election and now.
We're getting reports that the new man in charge Mohammad more -- went to quote we think Egypt's peace deal -- Israel and strengthen ties with the rotten.
-- even better streaming live from Cairo Egypt.
Really and what does more -- needs.
Jamie right now in the White House in Washington of course the prime minister's residence in Jerusalem they are re drawing the strategic map.
Of that Middle East Egypt was once a strong US ally now -- -- -- the Muslim Brotherhood.
In charge the brotherhood has a long history in -- it's been banned.
For the past sixty years is an extremist organization we're seeing back.
Spent time in prison because of it notoriously anti west very anti Israel strong ties to Hamas and now all of a sudden more -- Is president here in this country is we have learned since Hosni Mubarak was kicked out of office sixteen months ago.
In this country we now have to expect the unexpected.
Above -- -- square celebratory fireworks exploded well into the night.
As president elect Mohammed -- -- addressed the country on state TV.
You -- -- -- an imminent saying he wanted to bring economic prosperity of the country.
-- welcome message in -- square where hundreds of thousands of Muslim Brotherhood supporters chanted his name is.
Mean a lot of -- getting success and we mix something debating good we I was changing his -- horn blow.
It's not a big -- not always translate to get.
Invention that is brought Mohammed -- did -- the president elect done the age of -- so many people in this crowd.
It is simply a chance for a better life for -- did did they say this is why they voted for more see in the how did have their children.
A country where they democratically elected president makes there.
-- much brighter future than they do.
The crowd resembled that of the night protesters ousted then President Hosni Mubarak from office sixteen months ago.
But organizers of that revolution like Egyptian billionaire and -- -- so whereas say more she's election is the worst possible outcome.
This outcome is very dangerous for if you're competing that you were not have -- democracy that's my biggest one.
Because it didn't can be contagious if regimes or to crack there was -- dictatorship.
Now right now there are many -- in Egypt in around this region who fear more -- will turn this country into an Islamic state said yesterday.
-- he was going to work to become the president of all egyptians however.
The Muslim Brotherhood does not have a good history with keeping -- word in fact it is already promised sixteen months ago not to run anyone for president.
Now more -- is the president the real check and balance here -- -- one more -- power is going to be an army.
They right now or in charge of this country and while more she's gonna be sworn in at the end of the week the army is yet to decide what kind of powers they are going to give him.
Which then could -- another showdown here and our -- square between the brotherhood and the army at the brotherhood not happy with what they get.
Back to you.
Quickly the army committed to give up power you saying there's a possibility they won't.
-- certainly a possibility that they are going to remain a power behind.
-- -- going to split down the ways is that more seeing a brotherhood.
We'll have control primarily over domestic issues the army is trying very hard to control the military and then also.
Foreign affairs who could certainly be a help to the United States -- really better think.
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