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Police Investigate White Powder Sent To Obama Office In D.C.

WASHINGTON — D.C. Police were responding to former President Barack Obama’s D.C. bureau Tuesday amid reports of a white powdery piece being found.

Fox 5 DC reported: The occurrence was reported around 12:30 p.m. at 1250 24th Street in Northwest, D.C. The former boss has leased bureau space at the building given leaving bureau in Jan 2017. The building is owned and is domicile to non-profit World Wildlife Fund.

The Obama family lives in D.C.’s Kalorama area which is nearby the office. It is misleading if the former boss was in the bureau when the occurrence was reported.

The occurrence comes a day after President Trump’s daughter-in-law non-stop a minute containing a identical piece at her Manhattan apartment.

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