Can Egyptian opposition coalesce behind single view?
PJ Crowley, former assistant Secretary of State for Public Affairs and a fellow at George Washington University, joins MSNBC’s Alex Witt to explain the diplomatic implications in Egypt. Crowley does think that a military coup took place in Egypt. He says that the U.S. gives a paltry amount of civilian aid and notes that the coup is an opportunity to curtail military aid and increase civilian aid. He explains the questions that arise including, will the military have a more effective interim rule than last year before Morsi was elected and can the opposition coalesce and rally behind a single view and person.