Donald Trump did not bite twin babies after speaking at a campaign rally in Colorado Springs, Colorado, Friday. Any story reporting such is a hoax. The GOP presidential candidate did kiss twins, each on the head, as he held them in his arms.
Proof that Trump did not cross the line between political candidate and cannibal is clear in this video tweeted by him after the rally.
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