In the hours and days after the Paris terrorist attacks, the debate among presidential hopefuls in America centered not around how to respond, but how to handle refugees -- and, of course, how to describe the people who comprise the Islamic State.
President Obama has pointedly avoided calling the organization "radical Islam," favoring language that describes them as "jihadists" or "extremists" instead. Republicans say his rhetoric is yet another example of how Obama (and by extension, Democrats) fail to understand the terrorist threats facing the United States.
That argument has spilled over into the 2016 presidential race, with Hillary Rodham Clinton defending Obama's choice of words in Saturday's Democratic presidential debate and Republicans criticizing her for it in the days since.
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