President Trump is counting on the silent majority to re-elect him in November. Just who is that silent majority?
Former White House speech writer Michael Johns says they are people of all races, and from all different walks of life.
"They are the 63 million Americans that came out to vote for President Trump in 2016 that experienced a decade of frustration," Johns said.
But, they stay silent because they are afraid of the reaction they will get.
"They try to accomplish through violence what they could not accomplish at the ballot box. That's what has created this silent majority," Johns explained.
A silent majority that wants things like law and order, and not to be attacked just because they support someone the left simply hates.