Libyan leader Moammar Gadhafi laughed off a question from ABC News tonight about whether he would step down as the Obama administration demands. "No demonstrations at all in the streets! No, no one against us. Against me for what? Because I am not President. They love me, all my people with me, they love me all. They will die to protect me, my people," he said.
When asked if he planned to flee Libya due to the uprising, he simply laughed off the idea. "Who would leave his homeland? Why would I leave my homeland? Why do I leave Libya?" he asked.
ABC reported that Gadhafi invited the United Nations or any other organization to Libya on a fact-finding mission.
He also blamed the unrest on al-Qaida and said all Libyans supported him.