- Brad Parscale, senior digital adviser for the Trump campaign and former campaign manager, was involuntarily hospitalized after his wife told police in Florida, on Sunday afternoon that Parscale had access to weapons and was threatening to harm himself.
- Parscale was taken to a hospital under Florida’s Baker Act, which is designed to give emergency help to people who are undergoing a mental health crisis.
- A police report describes the call as one for an attempted suicide. The report, released Monday morning, said police were called by a woman who said Parscale may have shot himself, because he had been heard “ranting and raving about something” before a gun shot was fired.
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