ElBaradei says Mubarak must leave office "today"
Egypt Judges and Azhar scholars join mass protests
Egyptian opposition figure Mohamed ElBaradei said on Sunday that President Hosni Mubarak must leave office "today" to make way for a national unity government as judges and Azhar scholars joined mass protests in downtown Cairo.
"It is loud and clear from everybody in Egypt that Mubarak has to leave today," ElBaradei said in an interview aired on CNN. "He needs to leave today ... to be followed by a smooth transition (to) a national unity government to be followed by all the measures set in place for a free and fair election."
ElBaradei also said U.S. policy in Egypt was "losing credibility."