Suspicious Powder Sent to Donald Trump’s Son

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Sending suspicious letters and packages to politicians was all the rage a few years ago, and unfortunately it appears someone’s at it again. According to NBC News, Eric Trump, the GOP front-runner’s 32-year-old son, received a letter containing a white powder at his home in Manhattan, which was opened by his wife on Thursday night. The Secret Service, FBI, and New York Police Department are investigating, but preliminary tests suggest the substance is nontoxic. Sources tell CBS News the letter was postmarked in Massachusetts and warned that Donald Trump’s children will be harmed if he does not drop out of the race.