Why Obama does not refer to it as Radical Islamic Terrorism?

What keeps President Obama from saying “radical Islam?”  In the TV series Happy Days, Arthur Herbert Fonzarelli, a.k.a. The Fonz, could not say the word ‘wrong.’ It was not within his belief system that he could ever be wrong. Our President seems to be faced with a similar issue. To him it appears that the term “radical Islamist” is an oxymoron. Mr. Obama is either not keeping up with current events, or he thinks he is placating a group that hates us. Read more about it here.

President Barack Obama talks with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu during a phone call from the Oval Office, Monday, June 8, 2009. Official White House Photo by Pete Souza.

As Written By Olivier Knox for Yahoo News:

Donald Trump demanded Sunday on Twitter that President Obama “finally mention the words radical Islamic terrorism” in connection to the massacre in Orlando or “immediately resign in disgrace.” Obama didn’t use that language, and almost certainly won’t in the future.

Obama called the slaughter “an act of terror and an act of hate” but said authorities have “reached no definitive judgment on the precise motivations of the killer.”

“I’ve directed that we must spare no effort to determine what — if any — inspiration or association this killer may have had with terrorist groups,” he said Sunday afternoon from the podium of the White House.

Trump responded to Obama’s speech with a lengthy statement that, among other things, again called for the president’s resignation. “In his remarks today, President Obama disgracefully refused to even say the words ‘Radical Islam,’” Trump wrote. “For that reason alone, he should step down. If Hillary Clinton, after this attack, still cannot say the two words ‘Radical Islam’ she should get out of this race for the Presidency.” …….

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Here’s why Obama does not refer to ‘radical Islamic terrorism’

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