A manure-slinging per-poo-trator targeted the home of White House National Security Adviser Jake Sullivan on Monday, according to a report. 

The manure was tossed out of a car and triggered a response from Secret Service and Washington, DC, police, according to Politico, which notes that the city was left to clean up the foul mess. 

In a statement to The Post, Secret Service spokesman Anthony Guglielmi would not confirm that the substance hurled at the White House official’s home in the West End neighborhood of Washington, DC, was manure.

But he said Secret Service Uniformed Division officers and DC’s bomb squad did respond to a “report of a suspicious package” near Sullivan’s residence at about 8:30 a.m. 

“The Metropolitan Police Department’s Explosive Ordinance Disposal team responded and declared the scene as safe,” Guglielmi said. “The incident is under investigation.” 

Sullivan’s home was the site of a stunning security breach last April, when an apparently intoxicated man walked into the national security adviser’s house in the middle of the night. 

Sullivan alerted his round-the-clock Secret Service detail only after asking the intruder, who appeared to be drunk and confused, to leave the premises, according to the Washington Post. 

Pro-Palestinian activists protested outside Sullivan’s home on Christmas Day over the Biden administration’s refusal to call for a permanent cease-fire in the Israel-Hamas war. 

Far-left organization The People’s Forum, which organized the protest, has called Sullivan a “war criminal.” 

Sullivan, 47, has served as Biden’s national security adviser for his entire administration, accompanying the president on several of his overseas trips and advising him on foreign policy matters.  

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