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Topic - Sam Kaplan
"Nobody had any concerns at all" in Morocco, he said, referring to the days after terrorists killed U.S. Ambassador J. Christopher Stevens in Libya and protests erupted in Egypt and spread across the Muslim world.
"This is not an unhappy population. This is not a population who had a dictator at its head but rather a king that is respected by all," Mr. Kaplan said.