White House Press Secretary Sarah Sanders called CNN's president "disgraceful" Thursday after he blamed President Trump for suspicious packages being sent to the network and to prominent Democrats like Bill and Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama.

On Thursday morning, a ninth package was discovered - addressed to former Vice President Joe Biden - shortly after another package was sent to actor Robert De Niro's Manhattan restaurant. 

The FBI said Wednesday that seven suspicious packages addressed to prominent Democratic figures over the last three days containing crude “potentially destructive devices.”


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The package sent to CNN's New York City headquarters Wednesday forced the evacuation of the newsroom, prompting the network's president, Jeff Zucker, to condemn Trump's attacks on the media.

The parcel was addressed to former CIA Director John Brennan, who works at NBC News, not CNN. 

Sanders said on "Fox & Friends" it was "absolutely disgraceful that one of the first public statements we heard from CNN was to put the blame and the responsibility of this despicable act on the president and on me personally."

"The person that is responsible for this is the person who made and created and put these suspicious packages in the hands of innocent American citizens," she said. 

Sanders emphasized that President Trump is condemning this action and calling on all Americans "to come together."

Trump tweeted Thursday morning that the "fake news" media is fueling anger among Americans. 

Watch the interview above.


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