Letter With White Powder Sent To Trump Jr’s Home

Florida law enforcement is investigating an envelope containing an unidentified white powder sent to former President Donald Trump’s son, Donald Trump Jr.’s Jupiter, Florida, home on Monday.

Firefighters and emergency responders in hazmat suits were called after white powder flew out of an envelope after Trump Jr. opened it. The envelope also contained a letter mentioning California Gov. Gavin Newsom (D), Mary Trump and Jared Kushner and ended with talks of Trump Force One crashing.

“The test results of the substance came up inconclusive on what it was exactly, but officials on the scene do not believe it is deadly,” Andrew Surabian, Trump Jr.’s spokesman told the Daily Caller.

After the incident, Trump Jr. called out the hypocrisy of the liberal media, stating that this behavior would get major coverage and cause a lot of uproar if he were a Democrat.

“Clearly, if this happened to a prominent Democrat it wouldn’t be tolerated and would drive news coverage for weeks,” Trump Jr. told the Daily Caller. “The media would blame all Republicans and force them to answer for it, But since it’s me, radical haters on the left will largely get a free pass and the media will barely flinch.”

According to Jupiter police, the Palm Beach Sheriff’s Office is handling the investigation, along with the U.S. Secret Service.

Trump Jr. shares a home with his fiancée, former Fox News personality Kimberly Guilfoyle, and frequently works on the former president’s campaign, headlining events and doing interviews.

This incident marks the second time that a white powder has been sent to Trump Jr.’s home. In 2018, Vanessa, his then-wife, was taken to a hospital in New York City after opening an envelope addressed to her husband that contained an unknown white powder.

Other envelopes have been sent containing white powder to the former president and his family.

In 2016, Eric Trump was sent an envelope with a threatening letter and unknown white powder at his Manhattan apartment, which also was determined to be harmless.

Trump’s headquarters, Trump Towers, was also sent an envelope filled with white powder twice in 2016.