Trump Admin Takes MSNBC to Task for Avoiding Using the Term 'Radical Islamic Terrorism'
Sebastian Gorka, the president's deputy assistant, chided MSNBC for its refusal to acknowledge "radical Islamic terrorism." He compared this term avoidance to a catastrophic misdiagnosis of a disease -- he said it would be like diagnosing cancer as the flu. Ali Velshi and Stephanie Ruhle seemed much more focused on being un-politically correct than concerned with future terror attacks. Gorka reminded them of this in no uncertain terms. He said, "We will call it radical Islamic terrorism. We will target the ideology, and we will call them out for being evil."