Donald Trump Jr. Receives Suspicious Package

Donald Trump, Jr. received a suspicious package in the mail, prompting fears of a potential security threat. The news came as another suspicious device exploded outside the office of the Alabama Attorney General.

The former president’s son reportedly received a letter containing an unidentified white powder. The package prompted a hazmat response outside his home in Jupiter, Florida.

According to early reports, the letter included in the package appeared to reference Lee Harvey Oswald, who assassinated former President John F. Kennedy. It also called former President Donald Trump a “psychopath.” It included insults for Donald Trump Jr. and made disparaging remarks regarding his girlfriend Kimberly Guilfoyle.

It also insulted Trump’s daughter Ivanka (whose name was spelled wrong) and son Barron, as well as Trump’s son-in-law Jared Kushner.

The message also asked when Trump and his family would move back to the “Soviet Union,” which the letter reads still existed.

The letter also stated that it was time for the Trump family plane to crash in the Atlantic Ocean.

The statement allegedly included insulting words for Trump’s daughter-in-law Lara Trump, who is the current leading candidate to be the vice chair of the Republican National Committee (RNC).

The investigation into the powder and the letter continue and more information is emerging from the case.

Law enforcement believes that an explosive device exploded outside the Montgomery office of Alabama Attorney General Steve Marshall (R).

Marshall’s office stated that there is no specific cause behind the incident yet known. However, the explosion occurred amid the ongoing debate regarding the status of in vitro embryos.

Earlier this month the Alabama Supreme Court determined that the embryos could be considered unborn children and that those who destroyed the IVF embryos could be prosecuted.

Marshall had stated last week that he would not prosecute anyone based on the ruling.

The ruling has also caused a significant debate in national politics, with Democrats using it as an argument against Republicans both within Alabama and in Congress.