Terrorism, Islamic extremism; far right extremism
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Two decades after September 11, there’s been a radical shift in who poses the biggest terrorism threat in the US.

“Radical Islamic terrorism.” Donald Trump relished using the controversial term, wielding it like a branding iron. He said those who couldn’t say its name were unfit to lead the country. But he chose not to say the name of something that has grown into what is now considered a bigger, scarier domestic threat: white supremacist terrorism.

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