Republican nominee Donald Trump rejoices when he announces that the " silent majority" is back, as he rallies supporters who are not on Hillary Clinton's side.
Looking and sounding extra enthusiastic and confident in a rally in Arizona, Trump said the silent majority will win it for him. Trump stated he will win the state of Arizona, and he will win the White House.
The phrase " silent majority is back" was a term first coined by former Republican President Richard Nixon to rally support from those not opposed to U.S. participation in the Vietnam War.
Evidently making Trump extra energetic was the recent explosive revelation that the FBI is reopening its investigation into the Hillary private email server scandal in light of new evidence. He prominently mentioned the case even in his earlier rallies in Phoenix and Golden, Colo.
Trump hailed that there's so much overwhelming evidence against Hillary Clinton that he is convinced she will be found guilty. Trump is convinced the FBI would not bother reopening the case if the new evidence is not so overwhelming.
Trump also lost no time in calling attention to the disastrous Obamacare, putting the health concerns on the center of his policy agenda. He promised anew that under his administration, he will immediately repeal and replace President Obama's Affordable Care Act which he called a " catastrophe", following projected rate hikes to begin next year.
The billionaire also sarcastically " congratulated" Arizona residents for the projected 116 percent increase in the premiums next year, and telling them not to feel bad because, apparently they are still not the highest in the country.
Trump said he is the only answer for Obamacare's madness to stop. He vowed to stop if elected president the projected healthcare premiums hike of an average of 25 percent for almost the entire country next year.