President Obama was at the center of an Anthrax scare after white powder was mailed to his offices in Washington Tuesday.
Just a day after his official portrait was unveiled, police responded to reports of a white powder found in a letter that had been sent to his office in the nation's capital.
The letter, mailed from Hong Kong, reportedly contained baby powder.
The scare comes on the heels of a similar threat involving President Trump's daughter-in-law in New York Monday.
Vanessa Trump, the wife of Donald Trump Jr., was hospitalized after a letter was mailed to her mother’s Upper East Side residence and addressed to the president’s eldest son. The postmark showed that the letter originated from Boston.
Vanessa, a mother of five, opened a letter containing what turned out to be corn starch. She was taken to the hospital as a precaution.
The letter also contained a disturbing note to Donald Jr. that reportedly read: “You’re an awful person and now you get what you deserve,” a source told the New York Daily News.
On Monday, Vanessa thanked responding authorities on Twitter.
Her husband also thanked authorities after the situation received the "all-clear."
His sister, Ivanka, sent her support to her family.
Vanessa, her husband, and their children were surrounded by security as they were pictured on a stroll in New York City Tuesday.