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      Dallas : Poison package addressed to Trump intercepted .

      A package addressed to President Donald Trump tested positive for ricin, a poisonous substance, officials told NBC News. The dangerous letter never made it to the White House.

      The poison was detected in an outside facility that checks postal mail addressed to the White House, both in a field test and in a subsequent laboratory test.

      A second official told NBC News that the FBI, Secret Service and the United States Postal Inspection Service are investigating to determine the origin of the letter.

      Other letters also recently tested positive for ricin elsewhere, but only one appeared to be addressed to a political figure. The others were destined for prisons, a police official said.

      How many letters were found have not been detailed.

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