Yet another suspicious package addressed to President Donald Trump's perceived political enemies has been intercepted by federal authorities.
CNN president Jeff Zucker announced on Monday that the suspicious package had been intercepted in Atlanta, while adding that it never would have made it to the CNN Center because all mail addressed to the network is being screened at off-site facilities.
"Our screening process is working," Zucker told employees.
Last week, Trump supporter Cesar Sayoc allegedly sent multiple packages containing explosive devices to CNN contributors. It is not known at this point if this newly discovered package was sent by Sayoc before his apprehension by authorities or if it was sent by a copycat mail bomber.
Read Zucker's statement on the suspicious package below.
Another suspicious package addressed to CNN has been intercepted. This time in Atlanta. All mail is being screened… https://t.co/QZ1M5INjae— CNN Communications (@CNN Communications)1540822793.0