US analysts and officials truely think that they can build a political relationship with the newly elected president despite his believes.
Mohamed Morsi doubts 9/11 attacks were done by terrorists and attacks US policy in the Middle East. However, since Brotherhood needs Europe and U.S. support in a long economic recovery chances are that Mohamed Morsi will put aside his critics and become a good U.S. ally.
According to expert economic analysis Egypt needs billion of dollars in loans and lots of investments in order to be able to turn around its economy. Morsi’s spokesman already began developing relationships with US since 1970. Washington and everyone else expects the same from the president.