On Good Morning America Wednesday, Rep. Peter King (R-New York), the ranking Republican on the Homeland Security committee, offered the White House a piece of advice for winning the war on terror: the president should say the word "terrorism" more often.
Host George Stephanopolous asked King to name one "specific recommendation the president could implement right now to fix this."
"I think one main thing would be to -- just himself to use the word "terrorism" more often," King said. This is not a new theme for King, who recently criticized the President for not saying the word "terrorism" in his speech at West Point. This, HuffPost's Jason Linkins points out, is patently untrue.