The Secret Service has tweeted out a clarification after multiple reports of a suspicious package being sent to the White House.
According to the Secret Service, a suspicious package was not sent to the White House. Only two suspicious packages were intercepted by the Secret Service, one in D.C. addressed to the home of former President Barack Obama and one in New York addressed to the home of Hillary Clinton.
CLARIFICATION: At this time the Secret Service has intercepted TWO suspicious packages - one in NY and one in D.C. Reports of a third intercepted package addressed to the WH are incorrect. We refer media to our statement: https://t.co/lJdTn04KmI
— U.S. Secret Service (@SecretService) October 24, 2018