Egyptians Taunt Hillary

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Egyptian demonstrators protest against Hillary Clinton

gyptian demonstrators protest against the visit of US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton outside the presidential palace in Cairo on July 14, 2012. Clinton reaffirmed Washington's 'strong support' for Egypt's democratic transition, after talks with newly-elected President Mohamed Morsi. AFP PHOTO/KHALED DESOUKI (Photo credit should read KHALED DESOUKI/AFP/GettyImages)

Even though Hillary Clinton has experienced a resurgence in popularity back home, anti-U.S. protestors in Egypt wasted no time on Sunday telling her she wasn't welcome in their country. They threw tomatoes and shoes at her motorcade and shouted "Monica, Monica, Monica" as she was leaving the consulate. Clinton was in Egypt to meet with military leaders who are in a power struggle with the country's newly elected president. She reiterated that the U.S. isn't trying to take sides in the fight for power.