The deadly violence in Egypt poses a significant challenge for U.S. foreign policy. Secretary of State John Kerry called today's fighting deplorable. Now the U.S. military is considering calling off plans for joint military exercises with Egypt. Did the Obama administration miss an opportunity to stop this violence? What needs to be done now that hundreds of people are dead? Anderson discussed all of this with CNN's Ivan Watson, National Security Analyst Fran Townsend, and Daily Beast Correspondent Peter Beinart.
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Filed under: Egypt • Fran Townsend • Ivan Watson
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