Nightly News | February 10, 2011
WILLIAMS: We have an NBC News producer who is in Tahrir Square tonight, Chapman Bell . Chapman , how would you describe things right now?
CHAPMAN BELL reporting: Well, Brian , as you can see behind me, people have flocked towards the camera right now, eager to get their message out. They're not leaving. It's almost a -- it's a festival-like atmosphere this evening. You have a stage to the right of me, with people dancing and waving flags and singing songs. There's a tank behind me with people asleep under blankets, staying warm. And then there are families and other people of all walks of life walking around the square at the moment. Their message is clear, they are not going anywhere yet until Mubarak leaves his office. They will continue to be here, they tell me, many have said tomorrow -- tomorrow will be the biggest day yet. And they hope that they can -- that their efforts will pay off at some point. But as I said, tonight it remains festive and peaceful and very organized. Brian :
WILLIAMS: All right, Chapman . Chapman Bell reporting from Tahrir Square tonight. There have been rumors they were going to try and march to the presidential palace. That would be volatile. And we'll see about tomorrow's demonstration.