Everything is a question of language in today's world, so it was no surprise that the Trump administration has recently been debating what to call #islamic terrorism.

According to a report filed in the New York Times on Sunday, national security adviser General McMaster has asked President Trump to resist saying the words #Radical Islamic terrorism.

With the president in #Riyadh on the weekend to make a speech to Muslim leaders and ask for their help in fighting the threat of Islamic terrorism, General McMaster spoke to ABC News about the issuing of naming things.

General McMaster told the ABC News program “This Week” on Sunday that it was important to "recognize that these are not religious people and, in fact, these enemies of all #civilizations, what they want to do is to cloak their criminal behavior under this false idea of some kind of religious war.”

McMaster was referring to a time in United States diplomatic strategy when Obama and George W Bush had defined the issue. They both talked about terrorists spoiling the religion of #Islam, which they referred to as a peace-based religion. As Trump softens his language around Muslim issues, many hope that he will get the cooperation of Muslim leaders.