Don Jr.’s Wife DECONTAMINATED and RUSHED to the Hospital Because of ‘Harmless’ White Powder!

A letter containing a suspicious substance addressed to Donald Trump Jr. was opened by his wife, Vanessa Trump, in her Manhattan apartment—and resulted in her hospitalization on Monday.

Vanessa Trump was “exposed to a powdery white substance” when she opened the letter around 10 a.m. at her mother’s East 54th Street apartment. She, her mother, and one other whose identity has not been disclosed, were taken to the New York Presbyterian-Weill Cornell Medical Center, where the three were hospitalized.

In addition to the powdery substance, the envelope contained a threatening letter describing Trump Jr. as a terrible person, according to the New York Post.

There was no indication in the hours following the incident that they suffered any injuries. The NYPD says the powder was nothing but harmless corn starch.

The Trump family immediately took to Twitter:

President Trump’s personal lawyer, Michael Cohen, said,

How disturbed must a person be to do what they did to a mother of five young children? This dangerous and reckless act goes beyond political differences.

In fact, no one did this to “a mother of five young children.” The letter containing corn starch was addressed to Don Jr., not his wife.

White House spokeswoman Sarah Huckabee Sanders said at her press briefing,

I know the president spoke with [Vanessa]. Beyond that at this point, it’s an ongoing and active investigation so I can’t comment any further.

Twitter had a few thoughts on the “attack”:

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