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Oh Rubin a resident scholar at the American enterprise and -- institute Byron York the chief political correspondent of the Washington examiner.
And Republican congressman Buck McKeon -- California he is the chair of the armed services committee congressman I'm gonna start with you.
You chair this critically important committee you've probably got some inside information today on exactly what happen.
What have you learned about the events of the last 24 hours and is it true.
That it was all coordinated.
I haven't -- time today to have a briefing on so I don't know of any any new information.
I think -- chairman Rogers has had a briefing I think he had his information would be.
Up to date and accurate and and I would defer to him that it.
If I was planet certainly sound from what I heard like it was a planned attack.
-- -- -- -- -- EU for -- second and -- but they show folks -- pretty graphic picture one that you're probably -- senior newspaper tomorrow morning it's on the web tonight.
It's a picture and the US envoy Christopher Stephens.
And he is being carried away by Libyan civilians.
He is unconscious so take a look at this picture.
-- it is disturbing I warn you and Michael TU.
Be the response to this.
Well the United States cannot afford to flee under fire sell in Libya.
I think President Obama is actually doing the right thing by sending in additional Marines and maintaining our diplomatic presence there.
Egypt is another issue however.
Because this raises questions about the accountability of government at best the Egyptian government was negligent at worst it was complicit.
And the idea that the United States needs to subsidize a government like this.
I it's going to be a question which many people are going to ask back from Washington -- Michael we are subsidizing that government is a matter of fact we just decided that we were gonna forgive a billion dollars in debt they tell us.
-- one of the big policy -- that's looming over the horizon is whether Egypt is too big to fail since the Arab Spring began.
Egypt has lost more than two thirds of its hard currency reserves.
Initially the Arab Spring was about economics about accountability about corruption it's clear the islamists have hijacked that they were caught.
House by by as much surprises United States passed.
The question is if we keep subsidizing the Egyptian government do we in effect.
Give them free rein said it continued incitement.
Remember president Mohamed -- -- Egypt's president hasn't apologized.
In the way that the Libyan president passed along --
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