CNN cited three unnamed sources saying that the suspicious package was addressed to former CIA Director John Brennan, in care of CNN's NY offices. He called a Florida school shooting survivor a "fake phoney", peddled theories about George Soros, the billionaire political donor targeted this week by a package bomb and denigrated other Democrats who were later the intended recipients of explosive packages.
"It appears majority if not all of them have gone through the mail", an official told the paper. They said the package was addressed to former CIA Director John Brennan, who has appeared on CNN.
All the parcels listed Rep.
The package addressed to Holder did not reach him at his law firm in Washington, D.C.; instead it was rerouted to the return address affixed on the envelope - that of Florida Rep.
Law enforcement told CNN the "device was similar to ones sent to homes of Soros, Clintons, and Obamas". Kamala Harris, D-California, was also evacuated after "suspicious packages" were found near the building, but they were not addressed to the senator or her office, a spokeswoman tweeted.
The bombs seized Wednesday, each with a small battery, were about six inches long and packed with powder and broken glass, according to a law enforcement official who viewed X-ray images.
A police bomb squad removed still another from CNN's NY office, which was evacuated.
The packages, sent in manila envelopes with bubble wrap, marked with computer-printed address labels, listed a return address belonging to Wasserman Schultz. The Secret Service said it had intercepted two bombs - one addressed to Clinton at the NY home she shares with former president Bill Clinton and another addressed to Obama in Washington that were found at mail screening facilities.
On Wednesday, the discovery of a suspicious package addressed to NBC and MSNBC correspondent John Brennan found inside CNN's mailroom caused the evacuation of its NY offices.
California lawmaker Maxine Waters was sent two suspicious packages.
She is the former chairwoman of the Democratic National Committee who was accused by Clinton rivals of secretly helping the party's eventual presidential nominee.
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Trump says he's holding back his most fiery rhetoric because he's "trying to be nice".
Another suspicious package, intended for former President Barack Obama, was intercepted by the Secret Service.
Even as everyone condemned the unknown sender and Trump decried political violence, blame flew for the corrosive nature of America's political conversation.
United States media report that at least some of the packages have been sent from Florida. Investigators are homing in on a postal facility in Opa-locka, Florida, where they believe some of the packages originated, another official said.
All of the bomber's targets have clashed sharply with Trump at different times, and the spate of risky packages intensified the already full-throated political fights two weeks before congressional elections. We found no additional threats besides the white powder.
Oddly, it was actually Melania Trump - the president's wife has made opioid addiction one of her primary causes as first lady - who spoke first, uttering the Trump administration's first public comments on the matter.
Much was publicly unknown about the devices, including how they were delivered and why none had exploded.
At the news conference, Cuomo disclosed that a device was sent to his Manhattan office and that it was being handled.
Police said today that they have intercepted a suspicious package addressed to former U.S. vice president Joe Biden. He threatened this morning, on the heels of the attack on CNN, that the mass media "had better get its act to together and fast". It could allow them to assess the sophistication of, and care taken, by the person or persons who built and mailed the bombs.
Republicans in the state have been growing increasingly nervous about the prospects of holding onto the governor's office, let alone picking up a Senate seat held by a well-positioned Democratic incumbent.