CHARLIE ROSE: We continue the conversation about Egypt here in Washington with two people who have been watching this week`s historic events very closely, David Ignatius of "The Washington Post," Michele Dunne of the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace. I`m pleased to have both of them here. Welcome.
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