>> As the investigation into bombs sent to high profile critics of President Trump intensifies, the FBI Thursday warning that there could be more out there.>> We continue to advise the American public to remain vigilant as it does remain possible further packages have been or could be mailed.
>> A source tell Reuters that the probe has zeroed in on Florida and that all the packages are believed to have gone through the US Postal System. Former Vice President Joe Biden and Robert DiNero, a vocal critic of the President, the latest intended recipients of explosive devices similar to those sent this week to President Barack Obama, Hillary Clinton, CNN, and billionaire George Soros.
Reuters Mark Hosenball is reporting on the situation.>> The bombs in the packages were of similar design. As I understand it, the design was pretty primitive, pretty crude. This is the type of design that's been on the Internet and in radical literature for literally years.>> Any guy that can do a body slam, he's my kind of guy.
>> Leading Democrats called the would-be bomb attacks a dangerous outgrowth of coarsening political rhetoric promoted by President Trump. Trump at first tried to strike a civil tone at a rally on Wednesday, but that didn't last long. In a tweet Thursday morning, Trump blamed the media for stirring up grievances.
Quote, a very big part of the Anger we see today in our society is caused by the purposely false and inaccurate reporting of the Mainstream Media that I refer to as Fake News. It has gotten so bad and hateful that it is beyond description. Some right wing pundits are calling the bombs fake news.
>> Some of Trump's supporters, I think, are trying to muddy the waters by somehow suggesting this is a quote unquote false flag operation to somehow damage Trump and help the democrats.>> Would you describe this as something that was a hoax, or should people really be taking this seriously?
>> No, this is something that should be taken seriously.>> The bomb threats coming less than two weeks before the contentious midterm elections jolting a nation divided by partisan rancor. None of the ten devices exploded, and the FBI said the white powder in the envelopes was not a biological threat.