Friday, March 18, 2016

The home of GOP presidential frontrunner Donald Trump’s son Eric was evacuated on Friday after an envelope containing white powder and a threatening message was sent there.

According to The Political Insider, Eric’s wife Lara opened the envelope, and the white powder immediately fell out. The FBI, police, and fire department rushed to the Central Park home and evacuated it, and they are currently investigating the incident.

The envelope had a Massachusetts postmark and was addressed to Eric Trump, 32, personally. The message inside it implied that Donald Trump’s children would be hurt if the GOP candidate did not withdraw from the presidential race.

We’ll update you further as this story develops.

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