College student busted at Trump Tower with backpack full of weapons

When Alexander Wang’s bag set off the metal detector, the Secret Service moved in and asked him to open it. (JAMES KEIVOM/NEW YORK DAILY NEWS)

Cops busted a 19-year-old college student at Trump Tower after the Secret Service found a hunting knife and a powerful firework in his backpack, a police source said Tuesday.

Alexander Wang, who studies finance at Baruch College, told police he’s a big Donald Trump supporter who just likes to study for school at the billionaire President-elect’s home base.

Wang showed up at Trump Tower about 6:35 p.m. Monday and tried to get in at a checkpoint. When his bag set off the metal detector, the Secret Service moved in and asked him to open it.

Inside they found the hunting knife, an M-100 firework, a Swiss Army knife, a flashlight, handcuffs, an 8-foot black rope, a clear water gun, a laptop and a wire typically used to strangle someone called a garrote.

Wang was arrested by the NYPD for unlawful possession of fireworks and two counts of weapons possession — for the hunting knife and garotte.

He told investigators he’d never had a problem carrying his bag — weapons and explosives included — into the Midtown skyscraper the 10 or so prior times he visited, including two days after Trump won the presidency, sources said.

In his dorm room police found more fireworks inside a military-style ammunition box. But they found no evidence of any connection to a terror or militia group and found no firearms.

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