Brad Pascal, a former campaign manager for Donald Trump, has been hospitalized in Florida after his wife informed police that he had threatened suicide.
According to media outlets, Brad, who has a strong personality, was replaced by his mission last July, only about 4 months before the presidential election, at which time Donald Trump was overwhelmed in the poll’s results.
Diana Greenlaw, a police officer in Fort Lauderdale, confirmed her department received a call stating that an armed man was attempting suicide, by his wife.
The wife says, “He was armed. He had different types of weapons at home. He threatened to harm himself.”
Officer Greenlaw indicated that Brad had turned himself into the security men, as Florida law allows temporary detention of anyone suffering from mental illness.
According to Greenlaw, his wife was also suffering from bruises on her arms and cheek, as a result of being beaten by Brad.
Brad was demoted after a period of Trump’s rally in Tulsa, Oklahoma, due to what was said that Trump’s speech was weak, except that he remained a member of the campaign team.
Trump campaign communications director Tim Murtaugh said, “Brad is a member of our family. We are ready to support him and his family in every possible way.” “The Democrats have gone too far with their personal attacks, they should be ashamed of themselves for what they did to this man and his family.”