BREAKING: Police investigate suspicious package outside Miami courthouse as Trump set to face charges

Officers gave the all-clear at around 11:40.

Hannah Nightingale Washington DC

The courthouse in Miami where Trump is set to be arraigned was blocked off by police on Tuesday morning as officers investigated an "unknown object."

Steve Bannon reported that the fiasco is potentially a "bomb threat" and that the media was cleared out by law enforcement. Speaking on War Room, Natalie Winters said police had bomb-sniffing dogs out to check the scene, with the item in question being potentially a television left by someone.


The primary police force seen inside the police line was the Department of Homeland Security, she said.

Video from the scene showed press members that had gathered on the front lawn being moved across the street from the building. Around 11:40 am, police cleared the scene and people were allowed back into the area, Winters said.

Officers removed a television from the area that had the words. NewsNation reporter Brooke Shafer said she saw someone strap the tv to the pole earlier in the day, and noted that the tv was removed around 15 minutes before the press members were told to clear the area.

Human Events host Jack Posobiec called out Miami Mayor Francis Suarez for failing to put up adequate security.

Trump is expected to arrive at the courthouse at 3 pm.

This is a breaking story and will be updated.
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