Rupert Murdoch, Master of the 24 Hour News Cycle
From the Wingnut Street Journal, Teabag Edition:
FEBRUARY 11, 2011.
Crisis Flummoxes White House President Mubarak's Refusal to Step Down Signals a Loss of Western Influence; Sense of 'Disbelief' After Speech.
By ADAM ENTOUS And JAY SOLOMON
WASHINGTON — The defiant tone taken by Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak — and widespread confusion about the meaning of his speech — had White House officials stumbling for their next step in a crisis that was spinning out of their control.
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FEBRUARY 11, 2011, 11:36 A.M. ET.
Mubarak Resigns, Delegates Affairs to Army
By MARGARET COKER, CHRISTOPHER RHOADS And SAM DAGHER
President Hosni Mubarak succumbed to the demands of hundreds of thousands of his countrymen Friday and resigned from office, bringing to an end three decades of autocratic rule.
The announcement was delivered by Egypt's vice president, Omar Suleiman, in a brief statement on state television. Mr. Mubarak delegated control of the country's affairs to Egypt's army, Mr. Suleiman said.
Wingnut stenographer fail.