Palin Calls Egypt Obama’s ’3 a.m. Phone Call’

By Dschabner

Feb 5, 2011 8:54pm

ABC's Jonathan Karl reports:

In an interview with the Christian Broadcasting Network, Sarah Palin offered a harsh assessment of President Obama's handling of the crisis in Egypt, which she called his "3 a.m. phone call" that "went straight to the answering machine."

It's unclear what she thinks Obama should have done differently, but she suggests the administration is not sharing information about who will replace Mubarak and invokes President Reagan's axiom, "trust but verify," and, finally, she suggest the U.S. should not "stand for" Muslim Brotherhood takeover.

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