“What you have just witnessed is Omar Suleiman discrediting himself as any kind of a transitional figure. There was a possibility that Egypt’s first VP in 30 years could have been the man to usher in a new Egypt. But he has decided that he’s going to stick to his guns and stick with his boss. Now it’s very important to remember that this is a former general, the former head of the military intelligence and Hosni Mubarak’s consigliere. This is a tragedy because it means that the regime has dug in, the military is backing Mubarak and the gap between the protesters and the regime seems unbridgeable.
My guess is that you will see the largest protests you have ever seen in Egypt tomorrow.”