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The U.S. Secret Service says media reports that it has intercepted a suspicious package bound for the White House "are incorrect."

The law enforcement agency tasked with protecting the president and other dignitaries says it has intercepted two packages in Washington and New York. The packages were respectively addressed to the residences of former President Barack Obama in Washington and Hillary Clinton in Chappaqua, N.Y.

The Secret Service says neither was at risk of receiving the packages.


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