The Daily Show with Jon Stewart
Mess O'Slightly-to-the-Left O'Potamia - Pro-Mubarak Demonstrators
Season 16 • 02/02/2011
Hosni Mubarak goes too far when one of his supporters physically assaults Anderson Cooper.
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