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Trump adviser refuses to use the US president the term "radical Islamic terrorism"

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 Trump adviser refuses to use the US president the term "radical Islamic terrorism" Empty Trump adviser refuses to use the US president the term "radical Islamic terrorism"

Post by rocky Sun 26 Feb 2017, 2:41 am

[size=30]Trump adviser refuses to use the US president the term "radical Islamic terrorism"[/size]
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[rtl]Herbert McMaster showed new adviser to US President Donald Trump for National Security Affairs, refusing to use the latter term "Islamist terrorism," adding that this will help to combat "Daesh" criminal efforts.[/rtl]
[rtl]This came in a closed-door meeting of the Department of American national security, where, according to informed sources said: "The jihadi terrorists do not represent their religion and that the use of this term does not help the United States and the joint work with allies to defeat terrorist groups."[/rtl]
[rtl]For his part, the US administration official said that McMaster's comments "a clear difference in opinion" between President Trump and his national security adviser, pointing out that McMaster's comments "do not mean that he is not the president but Trump shows that there are differing views."[/rtl]
 



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