In his Talking Points Memo tonight, Bill O'Reilly called on President Obama to "wise up" and prove that he's committed to fighting the jihad.

O'Reilly highlighted an interview Monday in which Martha MacCallum took on a State Department spokesperson, questioning why the administration is avoiding the term "Islamic extremism".

The official responded by stating that it's "not the only kind of extremism" that the country is facing. 

O'Reilly remarked that the United States has failed in the effort to diminish the jihad and now the Obama administration "seems disengaged" from fighting it and continues to make "unforced errors."

"It is clear to any fair minded American that there is something amiss with the president's view of the radical Muslim threat," O'Reilly said. "We have the perception that President Obama doesn't care much about defeating the jihad. That's probably not true, but certainly he is not a terror warrior."

Watch the full commentary above, along with the discussion with Imam Malik Mujahid, a producer of the upcoming "Stand With the Prophet" conference in Texas.