Terrorism analyst Sebastian Gorka responds to President Obama's claim that <a href="http://www.realclearpolitics.com/video/2016/06/29/obama_hits_trump_in_canada_not_populism_its_xenophobia_or_worse.html">Donald Trump should not be calling himself a populist</a>. "The Trump phenomenon is a direct response to [Obama's] divisive presidency. The idea that you make commonsense suggestions, that you don't want a influx of migrants from active warzones where Jihad is going right now -- that is bad? That is a negative form of populism," he wondered. "The president is so thin skinned that he is taking the common sense approach from Trump personally, and he really doesn't understand why Americans are so very, veyr concerned." "The average American is really afraid [of terrorism] and they have every right to be."