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Donald Trump Calls Fictional Cannibal Hannibal Lecter 'Wonderful'

Donald Trump Countries Empty Asylums into U.S. … Immigrants Like ‘Wonderful’ Hannibal Lecter

Donald Trump‘s got murderers on the mind … making a reference to fictional serial killer Hannibal Lecter at a recent rally — to make a point about immigration.

The Republican nominee for president hit New Jersey Saturday for a rally — the first he’s had in a few weeks ’cause he’s dealing with his criminal trial in NYC — and, he started discussing immigration … specifically the kind of people who immigrate.

Check out the clip … DT claims other countries are opening up their mental institutions and sending unstable people to the U.S.A. — claims about immigrants he’s sorta made in past speeches.

Then, the former prez sorta goes off the rails … asking if the crowd’s seen the hit 1991 movie “The Silence of the Lambs” — and he calls “the late great Hannibal Lecter” a “wonderful man.”

Trump then jumps back on the immigration convo … finishing off by saying there are just certain people — unvetted and unwanted — flooding into the country.

On its face, it seems like Trump’s saying undocumented immigrants could end up being serial killers like Hannibal Lecter … though the whole tangent’s so bizarre it’s hard to tell if that’s totally what Trump meant.

Donald’s campaign event comes after a couple weeks of testimony in his New York criminal trial … and, key witness and former alleged fixer Michael Cohen‘s set to testify against his former boss Monday.

Unclear how Trumps’ choosing to relax this weekend … but, if he’s following Lecter’s lead, expect him to have some liver and a nice chianti.

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