The U.S. Secret Service said Tuesday that it intercepted a suspicious envelope addressed to President Trump a day earlier, one of at least three reported instances of suspicious mail being sent to government- or political-related offices in recent days.
The Secret Service confirmed to The Hill that the suspicious envelope was not received at the White House, nor did it enter the building. The organization did not comment on whether the suspicious letter at the White House may be related to one at the Pentagon, but said it is working with law enforcement partners to investigate the matter.
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The Secret Service statement came hours after Pentagon spokesman Col. Rob Manning...