ISIS struck in Brussels Tuesday, killing over 30 innocents in coordinated bombings set off in the city’s airport and central metro station.

How did Barack Obama respond?

With a stirring call to action to defeat the radical Islamic group?

By offering a gesture of solidarity with the people of Brussels during this time of tragedy?

By immediately ending his trip to the Communist dictatorship of Cuba and flying home to lead a worldwide response to the tragic attacks?

Nope.

He instead took in a baseball game with Cuban dictator, Raul Castro, and delivered 51 seconds worth of remarks while standing in front of a Cuban flag.

Business Insider reports:

President Obama spent exactly 51 seconds discussing Tuesday’s terror attacks in Brussels before pivoting back to his prepared remarks in Cuba.

Obama asked the Havana audience to “please indulge me” before committing that the U.S. “will do whatever is necessary” to support the people of Belgium.

“The thoughts and prayers of the American people are with the people of Belgium and we stand in solidarity with them in condemning these outrageous attacks against innocent people,” Obama said. “We will do whatever is necessary to support our friend and ally, Belgium, in bringing to justice those who are responsible.”

He said that the attack “is yet another reminder that the world must unite … regardless of nationality, or race, or faith in fighting against the scourge of terrorism.”

Winston Churchill, he is not.

In his brief remarks, Obama once again refused to even utter the words “radical Islamic terrorism.”

Republicans were quick to blast Obama’s response to the terror attacks in Brussels.

Frontrunner Donald Trump tweeted:

And Ted Cruz roasted Obama by declaring, “While our friends and allies are attacked by Islamic terrorism, President Obama is spending his time going to baseball games with Castro.”

It’s clear by now Obama’s heart isn’t in the fight against radical Islamic terrorism.

His casual response to the November Paris attacks where 130 innocents were slaughtered by ISIS was to call the tragedy a “setback.”

And worse, he funded Iran’s global terror operations  by funneling $150 million in taxpayer money to the rogue government in Tehran as part of the disastrous Iran deal.

You can’t defeat an enemy if you cozy up to the financiers and refuse to say their names.

But rather than lead the charge against an enemy who has declared war on the West, Barack Obama pals around with Communist dictators at baseball games and mumbles through half-hearted remarks of support for those grieving the attacks.