Egyptian president Mohamed Morsi appears isolated as a number of his cabinet ministers have resigned and people have taken to the streets in Cairo.
The country’s army has issued an ultimatum demanding that political movements settle their differences by the end of the day tomorrow and Morsi, Egypt’s first democratically elected president, seems to have no intention of budging.
Ahmed Al-Beheary is a founding member of the National Egyptian American Society. He has family living in Cairo, and met President Morsi in 2012. He lives in Minnesota and appeared on the Morning Blend Tuesday to talk with Terry Carter. Carter started the interview by asking what would happen if Morsi didn’t step down