The uneasy mailer who sent a poser white powder to President Trump’s daughter-in-law combined a chilling hazard in an enclosed note.
“You’re an awful person and now you get what you deserve,” the note read, sources pronounced Tuesday.
Vanessa Trump, 40, was taken to a hospital Monday after she non-stop the pouch addressed to Donald Trump Jr. that contained the different powder, police sources said. It was after dynamic to many likely be cornstarch.
She didn’t humour any ill health effects, but was pure at the scene, and then taken as a prevision to New York-Presbyterian Hospital Weill Cornell.
Trump Jr.’s wife hospitalized after unprotected to white powder
Sources pronounced authorities were called at about 10 a.m. to the E. 54th St. home of Vanessa Trump’s mother, who was also taken to the hospital for observation.
The mom had rubbed the package before handing it to her daughter.
A third person was also taken to the hospital.
The daughter non-stop the letter, and white powder spilled out. She then called 911.
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A rough test of the powder indicated it wasn’t dangerous, police said.
“Thankful that Vanessa my children are protected and unscathed after the impossibly frightful conditions that occurred this morning,” Donald Trump Jr. tweeted hours later. “Truly outrageous that certain people select to demonstrate their hostile views with such disturbing behavior.”
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