Donald Trump Jr. received a death threat at his Florida home: 'If this happened to a Democrat it would not be tolerated'

The hazardous materials unit and firefighters had to go to the residence of the son of the former Republican president.

Donald Trump Jr., the eldest son of former President Donald Trump, was threatened with death this Monday at his home in Florida after he was sent a letter with white powder and a threatening note, as reported exclusively by the Daily Caller.

The situation forced the hazardous materials unit and firefighters to go to the residence of the former Republican president's son.

Trump Jr., in comments to the Daily Caller, called the situation unacceptable and questioned the media's double standards, stating that the event would have received national attention if it were a high-profile Democrat and not Trump's son.

"It's just become a little bit too commonplace that this sort of stuff happens," Donald Trump Jr. said. "Clearly, if this happened to a prominent Democrat it wouldn't be tolerated and would drive news coverage for weeks. The media would blame all Republicans and force them to answer for it, But since it's me, radical haters on the left will largely get a free pass and the media will barely flinch."

Donald Trump Jr. also reported that this is the second time he has received an envelope with white powder in the mail.

"It doesn't matter what your politics are, this type of crap is unacceptable," Donald Trumpl Jr. continued. "This is actually the second white powder substance envelope that's been mailed to me. The last time we had this happen, it was during my father's presidency and my then-wife opened it up with my kids by her side. So, it's just sad that we live in a society where politics and the left's hatred of my father would drive people to do such crazy things, but that's where we are unfortunately."