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Seth Meyers on Trump’s mad New Jersey rally: ‘Bruce Springsteen is bad but Hannibal Lecter is good?’

Late-night host Seth Meyers spoke for the nation on his show on Monday night after Donald Trump’s campaign rally left him asking: “So Springsteen and the district attorney are bad, but Scarface, Hannibal Lecter and hotdogs are good?”

The Republican presidential candidate – clearly enjoying being freed from his court commitments in New York, where he is currently spending four days a week at his hush-money trial in Manhattan – made headlines by taking to the stage in Wildwood, New Jersey, on Saturday night and praising the fictional serial killer Hannibal Lecter.

Silence of the Lambs! Has anyone ever seen Silence of the Lambs?” Mr Trump asked the MAGA faithful congregating on the Jersey Shore. “The late, great Hannibal Lecter. He’s a wonderful man. He oftentimes would have a friend for dinner. Remember the last scene? ‘Excuse me, I’m about to have a friend for dinner,’ as this poor doctor walks by.

“‘I’m about to have a friend for dinner.’ But Hannibal Lecter. Congratulations, the late, great Hannibal Lecter…”

It was just one of many bizarre non-sequiturs Mr Trump launched into, also regaling the crowd at length about the hotdog he had just enjoyed on the boardwalk, likening his legal plight to the notorious Prohibition-era gangster Al Capone (nicknamed “Scarface”) and bragging the size of the audience that had gathered to hear him speak dwarfed anything that local legend Bruce Springsteen could attract.

Trump also managed to get in a series of nasty jabs at his political rivals, calling President Joe Biden“a total moron”, the hush money case against him “a Biden show trial,” and branding Alvin Bragg, the Manhattan district attorney who filed the indictment last spring, “Fat Alvin,” dismissing him baselessly as “very

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