Among other obvious things in this interview I noticed two clear and distinct things here:
1 Bill O'Reilly is a true gentleman and acted respectfully in his interview of the Kenyan despite globally disagreeing with most everything he stands for.
2 The Kenyan refused to denounce the Muslim Brotherhood as the next power in Egypt.
Now, had Keith Olbermann been interviewing any conservative, we would have seen how the liberals act with such an opportunity and I guarantee they wouldn't have left laughing together and shaking hands. FACT!
Also, while it was clear the Kenyan looks forward to Mubarak's departure he was not only concerned that the Muslim Brotherhood could take hold of that country's power but he seemed pleased with that option. He most definitely not bothered by that option despite being asked a couple times.
Anyone who hopes for peace in the Middle East should be seriously concerned about that possibility.