The President’s daughter-in-law was recently taken this Monday to the hospital in Manhattan as a precaution after a suspicious letter was sent to her house.
The letter was containing a skeptical unidentified white power, and was sent to Vanessa Trump’s apartment according to senior law enforcement and city officials. On the letter, it was addressed to Vanessa Trump’s husband, Donald Trump Jr..
Donald Trump Jr. is the eldest child of President Donald Trump and his ex-wife Ivana.
Once the letter had been opened, three people at the apartment were taken to the NY Presbyterian-Weill Cornell Medical Center for a precaution. None of the residents suffered any injuries. “How disturbed must a person be to do what they did to a mother of five children?” Michael Cohen, President Trump’s personal attorney, said in a statement. “This dangerous and reckless act goes beyond political differences.”
President Donald Trump’s daughter-in-law, Vanessa Trump, has been taken to a Manhattan hospital after a suspicious letter that contained an unidentified substance was sent to the apartment where she and husband Donald Trump Jr. live.
Vanessa Trump, wife of Don Jr., taken to hosptial as precaution after opening letter with “suspicious substance” in NYC pic.twitter.com/agvgjy4Gq6
— J.D. Durkin (@jiveDurkey) February 12, 2018
Two other people at the residence were also taken to New York Presbyterian-Weill Cornell Medical Center as a precaution, the New York City Fire Department told NBC.
New York City police and fire department personnel responded to a call at around 10 a.m. this morning from the Trump’s apartment in Manhattan.
NBC is reporting that “multiple law enforcement officials” said that the field test as to whether the substance was a biological agent came back negative.
The outlet added that the three people taken to the hospital, including Vanessa Trump, were transported there as a precaution and that there was “no indication” that the substance inside the letter was “dangerous.”
Police are investigating the letter’s source.