Rep. Maxine Waters, D-Calif., appears to be the latest intended target in a series of mail bombs sent on Wednesday.

The congressional mail screening facility in Capitol Heights, Md., intercepted a suspicious package addressed to Waters, according to multiple reports.

In a statement, Waters, an outspoken critic of President Trump, confirmed the reports.

“I have been informed by U.S. Capitol Police that my Washington, DC office was the target of a suspicious package that has been referred to the FBI,” she said Wednesday afternoon. “I am appreciative of the law enforcement entities who intercepted the package and are investigating this matter. I unequivocally condemn any and all acts of violence.”

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The news comes after the Secret Service said it had intercepted “potential explosive devices” sent to the residences of former President Barack Obama in Washington, D.C., early Wednesday and former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton in New York late Tuesday.

An explosive device was also found outside the home of billionaire Democratic funder George Soros on Monday.

The New York offices of CNN were also evacuated early Wednesday after a suspicious package addressed to former CIA Director John Brennan was intercepted. The explosive device has since been removed and the investigation is ongoing.

The Time Warner Center, where CNN is located in New York City, was reopened around 3:30 p.m.

Two Florida offices of Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz, D-Fla., were also targeted with suspicious packages on Wednesday.