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The Obama administration is facing mounting pressure to call the ISIS slaughter of Christians in the Middle East "genocide."

With the administration facing a March 17 deadline to decide how to label the situation, officials have hedged when asked which way they may decide.

On "Outnumbered" today, Andrea Tantaros pointed out that the White House may be reluctant to label ISIS' actions "genocide" because it has called the radical Islamic group "JV," downplayed the war on terror and gone out of the way to not offend Muslims.

"You're not going to acknowledge that there's something being done to the Christians, if you're not acknowledging who's committing the acts," Tantaros explained.

"There's blood on this administration's hands," Meghan McCain stated, pointing to Obama's infamous "red line" as one of many disastrous foreign policy decisions.

She said what's happening in Syria is the worst refugee crisis since World War II, and history will reflect very poorly on the United States' role in the situation.

"If we truly believe that America is the greatest nation, we should be helping these people," McCain said. "At least [label] it. That's all we're asking at this point, is for you to label it 'genocide.'"

Watch more of the powerful "Outnumbered" discussion above.


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