Suspicious Package Addressed To White House INTERCEPTED

  • 2018-10-24
  • Source: TTN
  • by: TTN Staff
Suspicious Package Addressed To White House INTERCEPTED
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**UPDATE: No Suspicious Package Addressed To White House**

CNN is reporting that a suspicious package was intercepted by the Secret Service that was addressed to the White House.

According to CNBC:

A suspicious package addressed to the White House was intercepted on Wednesday, according to CNN.

Earlier in the day, the Secret Service said that "potential explosive devices" were addressed to former President Barack Obama and ex-presidential candidate Hillary Clinton. The Time Warner building in New York City on Wednesday was evacuated following a report of suspicious package.

The White House and the Secret Service did not immediately respond to requests for comment from CNBC regarding the package addressed to the White House.

It is also being reported that CNN headquarters in New York has been evacuated after receiving a suspicious package.

[READ MORE: Former President Targeted With Explosive Devices]

 Source: TTN
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