The previous Sunday night Trump campaign Director Brad Pascal He was hospitalized in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, after his wife called the police claiming that he “had weapons and was threatening to harm himself,” according to law enforcement officers who spoke with Orlando Sun Sentinel.
to me Fort Lauderdale Police Sergeant, Sgt. Diana Greenlow, responded by officers to the Barskill home “in reference to an armed man’s suicide attempt.” Greenlow told CNN that “when the officers arrived at the scene, they called the gunman’s wife, who advised her husband that he was armed and had access to multiple firearms inside the house and was threatening to harm himself.” Fort Lauderdale Police Chief Karen Dietrich later explained that Parscal was voluntarily transferred to Broward Health Medical Center under Baker state law, which allows police to detain anyone who poses a threat to themselves or others.
Pascal, who developed Trump’s 2016 strategy to advertise directly to voters on Facebook, became his campaign manager in February 2018, a position he held until July 2020, when he was removed in the fallout after the president gave a low-profile, Covid-heavy meeting. Gathered in Tulsa, Oklahoma. Following his demotion – Barskill remained on the reelection team as a consultant for data and digital operations – and New York Times It reported that the campaign spent $ 39 million on services provided by two Parscale-owned companies.
After news broke that Pascal was hospitalized Sunday night, Trump’s campaign communications director Tim Murtaugh released a statement Support him and partially blame the opposition party and question the health of Republicans: “Brad Parscal is one of our family and we all love him,” the statement said. We are ready to support him and his family in any way we can. Disgusting personal attacks from disaffected Democrats and RINOs have gone away, and they should be ashamed of themselves for what they did to this man and his family. “