Sen. Joe Manchin (D-W.Va.) said Wednesday he had no issue using the term "radical Islam" a day after President Obama defended his refusal to use the phrase.

"[H]e should have said radical Islam — I would say that. I believe that they're radical, very radical," Manchin said during an interview with Brian Kilmeade on "Fox and Friends."

"I don't know a Muslim in West Virginia or a Muslim anywhere in the country that doesn't believe that these people are radical if they are radicalized to the point they want to kill innocent people or themselves."

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