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22:35  01 october  2020
22:35  01 october  2020 Source:   parismatch.com

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Brad Parscale, briefly hospitalized after threatening to kill himself, has withdrawn from the Trump campaign. Some relatives of the president fear that he will reveal sensitive information.

Brad Parscale © Jonathan Ernst / Reuters Brad Parscale

One of his oldest collaborators leaves the Trump campaign. Brad Parscale, who was director of Donald Trump's re-election campaign for two years, announced on Wednesday that he was stepping down as advisor and director of digital strategies after being briefly hospitalized following a personal incident on Sunday: "I am withdrawing immediately from my job. business and any role in the campaign for the near future, to focus on my family and get help with the stress that is beyond me, ”he told Politico on Wednesday. His wife Candice Parscale, who called the emergency services on Sunday because he threatened to kill himself , at the same time denied having been the victim of domestic violence, while the police report mentions bruises on his arms, presented as being wounds from a previous argument: "The statements I made on Sunday were misunderstood, I want to be clear: my husband was not violent towards me that day or any other day before," he said. she assured.

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According to the police report, the couple had an argument on Sunday at their home in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. Faced with a threatening Brad Parscale, who would have brandished a weapon and would have loaded it in front of her, Candice Parscale recounted having fled their home before help was called by a passerby. The 40-year-old quickly surrendered to authorities and was hospitalized under the Baker Act, a Florida law, according to which an individual can be admitted to hospital, including against their will, for 72 hours if relatives believe that 'he represents a danger to himself.

Replaced after Tulsa fiasco

A judge ordered Fort Lauderdale police to seize Brad Parscale's guns, before a new hearing next October. The behavior of the 40-year-old, presented as close to Jared Kushner, is the subject of an investigation, the initial stages of which revealed that "Mr. Parscale's alcohol consumption and violent behavior increased after he was demoted in his job ”. Last July, he was replaced as campaign director for the benefit of Bill Stepien, an experienced Republican.

If Donald Trump had not formulated it this way, this change had been made a few days after the failure of the meeting in Tulsa, Oklahoma: while more than a million requests had been made online to attend The event, less than 6,200 people were finally there - out of the 19,000 possible in the enclosure. The rally, which was to be the first in a series of its kind to be held despite health restrictions, put a damper on the Trump campaign. Since then, the US president has traveled on Air Force One across the United States and meets his supporters in airport hangars.

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