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Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi, currently under fire at home and abroad for decreeing his actions exempt from judicial review, had high praise on Wednesday for President Obama, whose administration has raised concerns about Morsi’s declarations but stopped short of condemning them.
“President Obama has been very helpful, very helpful,” Morsi told Time Magazine. “And I can say really that his deeds coincide with his intentions.”
Morsi, a critical interlocutor with Hamas, spoke repeatedly with Obama as the parties worked to cement the ceasefire in Gaza.