The far-right leader of Serbia's Nationalist party — who's currently awaiting the verdict of a UN tribunal on whether he committed war crimes in Croatia and Bosnia and Herzegovina — wants to "make America great again."
In early January, Šešelj tweeted, "I call on brother Serbs who live in the USA to strongly support Republican Party candidate Donald Trump in the upcoming presidential elections."
He and Trump might not have a lot in common, but they share a disdain for Muslims. Šešelj has campaigned for a "Greater Serbia" that would roll Croatia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Montenegro, Kosovo and the Republic of Macedonia into one nation.
"If the Muslim fundamentalists don't like that, they can pack their bags and leave," he has said.