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Dr. Sebastian Gorka said the West will see more attacks from terrorists as long as the U.S. "doesn't really go to war" and fully deploy its intelligence tools, including profiling.

The terrorism expert and author of Defeating Jihad said that the U.S. under President Obama has "sent a message of weakness" and "sometimes even betrayed our closest Muslim allies in the region," like the Egyptians and the Iraqis.

"We've pulled out. We're not helping. We've sent a very clear message: 'You're on your own.' So ISIS is going to make hay while the sun shines and exploit the vacuum created."

Gorka also reacted to Secretary of State John Kerry referring to ISIS as "violent non-state actors." He said that the logic of the administration is that if you don't say "Islamic terrorism," the threat will go away.

Watch the full interview above.

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