Letter with poison sent to Trump at the White House
An envelope with a lethal substance addressed to the President of the United States, Donald Trump, was intercepted by the White House postal service.
According to The New York Times, FBI sources confirmed that the letter contained a poisonous substance identified as ricin, found naturally in castor seeds.
The publication also reported that the poison letter was sent from an address in Canada and the poison was intercepted before arriving at the White House.
US authorities investigated the case and arrested a woman on the border between the United States and Canada, according to local media. She is the main suspect in having sent the package with the lethal substance.
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