There is an eerie calm in Cairo Tuesday, the day after supporters of former president Mohammed Morsi were killed by military troops. Just how long will this calm hold? Host Marco Werman talks with journalist Shahira Amin.
Egyptian journalist Shahira Amin is a former deputy head and senior anchor at Egypt's state-owned Nile TV. She tells anchor Marco Werman she sees the anti-American attacks as "a strike against the revolution."