Disappointed by Mubarak's speech, protesters remained steadfast and vowed not to stand down until Mubarak does. NBC's Chapman Bell reports.
President Hosni Mubarak's address was not well-received in Tahrir Square. NBC News' Richard Engel reports that protesters are trying to organize a march to the presidential palace. Some protesters, he said, are already heading toward the state television building, which was largely evacuated earlier in the day.
Even as Mubarak's speech was still being aired, loud, angry chants could be heard from the thousands gathered in the square.