Bomb Discovered At Bill And Hillary Clinton’s NY Home

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This suspicious package was discovered after a suspicious package was also sent to Wasserman Schultz's Sunrise office.

The devices were sent in manila envelopes, each with six American flag stamps, and the return address of former DNC chair Debbie Wasserman Schultz.

CNN reported that whoever sent the package to Soros' home used Wasserman Schultz's office as a return address and did the same for a package to former U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder's office.

According to the Secret Service, the packages were intercepted during routine mail screening and posed no danger to the intended recipients. The devices have been sent to the FBI's lab in Quantico, Virginia, for further analysis.

The device sent to Time Warner Center was constructed with a pipe and wires, according to a New York Police Department source. "The United States Secret Service and other law enforcement agencies are investigating and will take all appropriate actions to protect anyone threatened by these cowards".

Explosives packages sent to several high-ranking USA political officials this week could lead to a period in which Americans see their civil liberties either limited or suspended, Gerald Horne, an author and history professor, told Sputnik.

Trump also called for national unity in the face of the acts of political violence.

New York Governor Andrew Cuomo announced during a 1 p.m. press conference that his office also received a similar package.

One of the suspicious packages was addressed to Hillary Clinton's residence in Chappaqua, New York, and was found late Tuesday. I am appreciative of the law enforcement entities who intercepted the package and are investigating this matter.

This comes days after an explosive device was found in the mailbox of George Soros' New York home. Speaking at the White House, the president decried the bombs and pledged that the federal government would bring those responsible to justice.

The White House said it condemned the "attempted violent attacks".

An Obama representative referred questions to the Secret Service.

The news came after suspected explosive devices were sent to Clinton, the defeated Democratic nominee in the 2016 presidential election, and Obama, who was succeeded by President Donald Trump in January 2017.

As the scope and targets of the device deliveries became clear, Trump called them "despicable acts". The NYPD increased patrols in areas linked to public figures and at media offices.