(Washington Times) President Obama called the murder of four Marines in Tennessee Thursday "heartbreaking" and pleaded for Americans not to jump to conclusions, but Republicans were already blaming him for what investigators termed domestic terrorism, as the shooting quickly became part of the 2016 presidential campaign.
Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal, who is seeking the GOP nomination, said the killing appeared to be terrorism, and said Mr. Obama needs confront the dangers posed by the "evil" of jihadists.
"This shooting underscores the grave reality of the threat posed to us by radical Islamic terrorism every single day," the governor said. "It’s time for the White House to wake up and tell the truth and the truth is that radical Islam is at war with us, and we must start by being honest about that."
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