“The story of the revolution is still being written, with or without Mubarak,” he says.
Mubarak conjured up the reliable boogeyman in an interview with Christiane Amanpour last week.
Mubarak, he said, needed to be “moving ahead on reform—political reform, economic reform”.
Mr. President Mubarak was always optimistic about his legal situation.
In the end, the army concluded that Mubarak was a liability.
The possible downfall of the Mubarak regime is being watched closely in neighboring Israel.
Mubarak tried to play it cool, holding a meeting on how to revive the economy after almost two weeks of marches for his ouster.
He might make an agreeable companion for Mubarak as they spend their sunset years reflecting on what might have been.
Amer said Mubarak's greatest crimes have occurred in the past week.
The Egyptians had a very clear demand: They wanted Mubarak out.