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A supporter of ousted Egypt's President Mohammed Morsi cries during a protest near the University of Cairo, Giza, Egypt, Friday. Arabic reads, "Yes for the legitimacy." Egypt's Muslim Brotherhood called for a wave of protests Friday, furious over the military's ouster of its president and arrest of its revered leader and other top figures, raising fears of violence and retaliation from Islamic militants. (AP Photo/Hassan Ammar)
The head of the Tunisian Islamist movement Rachid Ghannouchi arrives at the former National Assembly near Tunis Nov. 22, 2011 where Tunisia's newly elected assembly was holding its first meeting, tasked with shaping a constitution and a democratic future for the country that sparked the Arab Spring uprisings. (AP Photo / Amine Landoulsi)
WASHINGTON: With Thomas Hobbes now firmly in charge of Republican messaging — the world is a dark, Darwinian bloodbath, unless we turn over power to a strong ruler who will protect us — Hillary Clinton has a number of rhetorical and ideological gaps she could fill in Philadelphia.