Suspicious letter containing powder sent to Donald Trump’s son

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Eric Trump

MANHATTAN, NY — The secret service, the FBI and New York Police are investigating suspicious mail sent to one of Donald Trump’s sons.

A law enforcement source said a suspicious powder was tested and appears to be lemonade mix, according to initial reports.

Eric Trump’s wife was going through the mail when she picked up the envelope and the powder came out.

Police, fire crews and the FBI converged on the Trump Parc East tower off of Central Park Thursday night.

A letter arrived to the home of Eric Trump containing an unknown substance.

Police say no injuries were reported.

Eric Trump is the middle son of the GOP presidential candidate.

The 32-year-old has been a regular presence on the campaign trail with his father.

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