A package with ‘suspicious’ white powder was delivered to District Attorney Alvin Bragg’s Manhattan office via USPS Friday.
The white powder delivered in envelope addressed to ‘Alvin’ turned out to be non-hazardous.
Law enforcement said there was a note that read, “Alvin – I’ll kill you” in the envelope with the white powder.
No evacuation was ordered.
Trump has been accused of paying Daniels ‘hush payments’ through his then-attorney Michael Cohen in a scheme to silence her and stop the story about their alleged affair from being published in the National Enquirer.
Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg elevated the Stormy ‘hush payment’ case from a misdemeanor to a felony earlier this year in a effort to ‘get Trump.’
Bragg is currently threatening to indict Trump for a non-crime.
The Manhattan grand jury was told to stay home on Wednesday and their session was abruptly canceled on Thursday after ‘surprise’ witness Robert Costello testified on Monday.
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Fox News reported:
Emergency personnel have responded after a package with suspicious white powder was delivered to the New York City building housing the Manhattan District Attorney’s office, according to police.
The New York Police Department said the package was delivered by USPS on Friday. No injuries were reported, and as yet no one has been ordered to evacuate.
Police responded to the scene shortly after 12 p.m.
The grand jury involved in the Trump case has been meeting in the building where the suspicious package was reported, but it does not sit on Fridays.