A Trump-obsessed, steroid-popping ex-stripper from Brooklyn was busted in Florida on Friday for mailing more than a dozen bombs to the president’s rivals over the last week.
Cesar Sayoc Jr., 56, was nabbed at an AutoZone parking lot in Plantation for allegedly sending the improvised explosive devices to former President Barack Obama, Hillary Clinton, Robert De Niro and at least 10 others.
It was a single fingerprint on a package mailed to Rep. Maxine Waters (D-Calif.)that helped authorities narrow their nationwide manhunt to the onetime New Yorker with a lengthy rap sheet, officials revealed.
“Once I knew [the FBI] had a print, I was pretty confident we’d be able to find the right person,” FBI Director Chris Wray said at a press conference after the arrest.
“We see unbelievable work like this on TV and in Hollywood, but to see it up close, in reality, is something to behold.”
Investigators also found a possible DNA link between samples on two bombs and material collected from the MAGA-hat-wearing muscleman during a previous arrest in Florida, Wray added.
The hunt began with a bomb found in billionaire Democratic megadonor George Soros’ mailbox in Katonah, Westchester County, on Monday, but the feds didn’t get the print until Thursday, he said.
They closed in on him the next day at the auto-parts store, where neighbors told The Post that FBI vans and helicopters descended at around 10 a.m.
He was led into custody sporting a skin-tight muscle shirt and handcuffs, with his thinning hair pulled back into a rat tail. His white van, plastered with pro-President Trump stickers, was also seized from the parking lot.