The Secret Service said it is investigating a suspicious letter addressed to President Trump that was intercepted on Monday. Two packages addressed to top Pentagon officials were also found on Monday and were suspected of containing the poison ricin.
According to the Secret Service, the envelope addressed to the president never reached the White House. The agency did not say whether ricin was present in the envelope.
"As a matter of practice, the Secret Service does not comment regarding matters of Protective Intelligence. However, in this instance, we can confirm that we are working jointly with our law enforcement partners to fully investigate this matter," the Secret Service said in a statement Tuesday evening.
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