The sister of GOP presidential front-runner Donald Trump received a threatening letter in Philadelphia, according to a source with NBC News.
A source familiar with the investigation told NBC’s Katy Tur that Maryanne Trump Barry, a federal appeals court judge in Philadelphia, received the letter Friday, only one day after Donald Trump’s son Eric Trump received a suspicious letter with white powder inside.
It’s unclear at this point whether Trump Barry, 78, received the letter at her office or home address. The source says there was no white powder in the letter sent to Trump Barry. The source also says the message was similar to the threat against Eric Trump which demanded that Donald Trump drop out of the presidential race.
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The FBI and the secret service are currently investigating the threat.