BALTIMORE (WJZ) — Maryland Governor Larry Hogan spoke out against the recent suspicious packages sent to various prominent Democrats and other critics of President Trump.

“There is no place in Maryland or America for violence and hate,” Hogan tweeted. “What unites Americans is always greater than what divides us.”

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On Wednesday, pipe bombs were found in packages addressed to former President Barack Obama, former President Bill and former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, former U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder, former CIA Director John Brennan and CNN, and Congresswoman Maxine Waters.

The device addressed to Congresswoman Waters was discovered at the Capital Heights Congressional Mail Sorting Facility in Maryland.

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On Monday a pipe bomb was found addressed to George Soros, and early Thursday morning suspicious packages were found for actor Robert De Niro and former Vice President Joe Biden.

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