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Turmoil in Egypt.

Protests in Cairo... calling for the resignation of their President.

"But a large majority of Egyptians - they don't want Mubarak anymore. He had served as an ally - close ally - protecting the peace with Israel - going against al Qaeda - but the other side of it was that he acted as authoritarian on the inside - and by doing so - he did not prepare Egypt's civil society to be - you know - to rise earlier to go thru the institutions - and that allowed the jihadists to make inroads inside Egypt. So now we have a fact - we in America have a fact, that they don't want Mubarak."

That was Middle East Analyst and Author - Dr. Walid Phares - speaking with Jim Horn and Gary Sutton at WSBA in York, PA...

So Egyptians don't want Mubarak as their President any longer, they've made that much clear...

And with that said - at this point - what should the US do? That question posed to Fox News Political Analyst Jeff Birnbaum by Kevin Miller at KIDO in Boise, ID...

His answer?

"The best the United States can do, unfortunately for us is to wait and see what happens. There's very little the U.S. can do to direct whats going on."

But Mubarak apparently doesn't have any intention of stepping down... will he be able to do anything to quell the discontent in the streets...?

That was the question asked by Mandy Connell of affiliate WHAS in Louisville, KY...

"Well - the protestors - in Tahrir square - this remains a one note protest that is Hasni Mubarak must go - and then the subchants of that - are his family must go as well. And when I speak to people - they say none of these newly elected officials - including the Vice President and the Prime Minister are acceptable - now or in any future form of government. And then when I've discussed with people what they'd like next - they say a transitional government with free and fair elections. I mean they really know what they want. They don't have their heart set on any new leader - they just want the chance to choose one."

That was Fox News Radio's Courtney Kealy on the street in Cairo with the answer to Connell's question.

Kealy has been in Cairo since the protests began...

Stay tuned to this developing story, as we sure haven't heard -- or seen -- the end of it...

I'm Jessica Curtis, and that's your talk radio buzz, from Fox News Radio.