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Twitter Reacted Like Animals To Don Jr’s Wife Being Hospitalized – Junior’s Response? PURE CLASS

Authorities are reportedly investigating a package containing a suspicious substance Donald Trump Jr. received at his New York City residence, and the president’s eldest son delivered choice words to those cheering the news on social media.

Don Jr’s wife, Vanessa Trump, was at the apartment at the time of delivery and opened the package, and she was one of three people hospitalized as a precaution to the incident.

Though most people reacted appropriately to the scare, plenty did not, and Trump took notice.

“Thankful that Vanessa & my children are safe and unharmed after the incredibly scary situation that occurred this morning,” he tweeted. “Truly disgusting that certain individuals choose to express their opposing views with such disturbing behavior.”

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Authorities have not yet released what substance the Trump’s received. So far, none of the three individuals hospitalized in relation to the incident have dealt with any health issues.

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  1. Frank Gaan

    February 13, 2018 at 10:59 am

    I thank God that in the end no one in the family, although scared, was not hurt in any way. I would hope and ask Vanessa never to open another envelope or package unknown to her. I don’t know why but in our recent history, our United States has inherited more sick individuals than ever before. Hopefully this is a passing time in our lives.

  2. lonnie Huff

    February 13, 2018 at 12:23 pm

    so sorry we still have idiot’s out there who are so wealth envious they will stoop to anything IMHO

  3. Lidia Smith

    February 13, 2018 at 1:40 pm

    My prayers go out to the Trump family. We live in a sick society that seems to have lost all respect for one another. May this sick person be found and brought to justice!

  4. BELINDA SANCHEZ

    February 13, 2018 at 2:42 pm

    PRAYING FOR THE FAMILY AND FOR THE PERSON WHO DID THIS…

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