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Will and the 'News Night' team struggle to simultaneously two huge breaking stories. Abroad, Egyptian dictator Hosni Mubarak is being deposed by his own people. At home, an anti-public section union bill in Wisconsin has sparked statewide protests against the governor. Will earns more executive ire for targeting billionaire donors the Koch brothers, who he believes to be behind the WI bill.
The episode begins with the live pictures of the protests in Egypt being shown on ACN. Will then proceeds to tell the audience how Mubarak said he would resign, but later refused to resign, resulting in people coming out on the streets in outrage. Elliot who is in Cairo then describes to Will, as to what is happening there right now. They later cover a teacher’s protest in Wisconsin. Later Mackenzie tells the team and Will that they need someone on the ground in Cairo. Jim feels it’s too dangerous, but Mackenzie suggests that it should be someone local, and someone who can blend into the crowd. Neal then tells her that, he actually has a guy who might be able to help. ..Read the full recap