"This is a slap in the face," Cooper told CNN's Wolf Blitzer. "This is stepping on the grave and the blood of the Egyptian people that has been spilled for more than two weeks now."
Blitzer said that Mubarak had only agreed to transfer "some" powers to his vice president.
"It's all lies," Cooper cut in. He then cut in again after Blitzer had talked some more.
"They [the Egyptian government] were trying to manipulate and create a crisis," Cooper said. "The chaos has been caused by the Mubarak regime. These are lies which this regime continues to try to sell, not only to the people of Egypt, but to the world."