Family Member of President Trump Admitted to Hospital After Opening ‘Suspicious’ Letter

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February 12, 2018Feb 12, 2018

On Monday, February 12th, one of President Donald Trump’s family members was admitted to the hospital. President Trump’s daughter-in-law, Vanessa Trump, was reportedly taken to the hospital as a precautionary after opening a “suspicious” letter, confirmed multiple news sources.

Vanessa has been married to Donald Trump Jr., the President’s oldest son, since 2005. The couple currently has five children together.

According to NBC News, Vanessa opened a letter addressed to her husband, Don. Jr. The letter contained an unidentified substance, so Vanessa and two others in the home were advised to go to Manhattan Hospital out of precautionary.

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Currently, the substance is still unknown and it is unclear who is sent the letter. An investigation is ongoing.

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