President Trump, ABC, President Trump Charles discussed on Afternoon News with Tom Glasgow and Elisa Jaffe

Automatic TRANSCRIPT

With Lisa Jaffe, I'm Tom Glasgow. Right now, we join ABC at five o'clock. From ABC news. I'm Daria Albinger, a suspicious envelope was sent to President Trump, but not received at the White House. According to the secret service and comes as officials at the Pentagon screening facility. Look at two on that field. Tested, positive for rice and address to Defense Secretary James Mattis and navy Admiral John Richardson, the envelopes themselves will be very helpful as evidence. But also, they will look to see if the three letters are linked somehow, but there's a lot of testing the remains to be done. ABC news chief global affairs correspondent Martha Raddatz. The president is about to address a campaign rally in south haven, Mississippi as he continues to stump for Republicans ahead of the midterm elections and attorney for President Trump calls a New York Times article about his taxes highly defamatory or estate tax department said it is reviewing the allegations raised in the New York Times and vigorously pursuing all appropriate avenues of investigation, the paper outlined a series of alleged schemes and fraud that enriched President Trump who the times reports. His wealthy. Parents dodge taxes the times reported the president's late parents transferred a billion dollars in wealth to the president and his siblings, but pay just a fraction of the taxes and attorney for President Trump Charles harder called the allegations. One hundred percent false and extremely inaccurate. Aaron Katersky ABC news, New York LAPD, captain Lillian Carranza says three alleged gang members and a mother are under arrest for burglarizing celebrity continuously changed their attire and appearance. Warren button-down shirt on driving luxury cars all scouting to homes of non celebrities and athletes s potential targets. The suspects would monitor their targets social media and travel schedules before committing the crimes park officials say search crews have found the body of Susan Clements in great smoky mountains national park. She was last seen by her daughter a week ago before they separated at the park. You're listening to ABC news..

Coming up next