Man busted with 'magic coins' for Trump at Newark Airport

President Trump doesn’t need any money — but he could use some magic coins, an unhinged man said Saturday after he was found at Newark Airport with a package of bizarre keepsakes for the commander-in-chief, sources said.

Robert Matay, 45, first attracted the attention of Port Authority cops when they spotted him parked in a no standing zone at Newark Airport at 12:30 a.m.

They arrested him for weapon possession because he had a switchblade, officials said. He also had a package addressed to “Mr. President D.T.”

The package contained coins in a Ziplock bag, a rock and a piece of black molding, all swaddled in a red bathrobe, sources said.

Robert Matay, 45, first attracted the attention of Port Authority cops when they spotted him parked in a no standing zone at Newark Airport at 12:30 a.m.

Robert Matay, 45, first attracted the attention of Port Authority cops when they spotted him parked in a no standing zone at Newark Airport at 12:30 a.m.

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Matay, who lives in Newark, said the dime and nickel had magical powers and asked the cops to give them to Trump, who is on a working vacation at his country club in Bedminster, NJ.

The Secret Service interviewed Matay but determined he was not a threat, sources said.

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