Former President Trump’s campaign manager Brad Parscale spoke in an emotional exclusive interview on Tuesday about the now viral video of the police meeting in September.
Parscale quenched his tears when he first publicly addressed the incident, telling presenter Martha MacCallum that he and his wife were “in a much better place now” and that “they had never been happier.”
“My family is in a great location,” he said. “It simply came to our notice then [a] very stressful time for five years. We lost two children a  choice, we are buried. We have been completely attacked by the left, the right, the media. “
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Trump replaced Parscale as his campaign manager in July. Two months later, the police were sent to HUF. At Lauderdale’s home, after Parscale’s wife, Candice Blount, reported that she was worried about her husband’s suicide and that she had barricaded herself in her home with firearms.
There was a two-hour break before a SWAT team officer resolved the Parscale from the outside and took him to the hospital. The capture was found on body camera footage and was then widely viewed. Further footage shows Parscale sitting in the back of a team’s car while complaining about his wife, who was then accused of domestic violence – a statement he later withdrew.
“I got to the wrong place,” Parscale said of the incident. “My wife was worried about me. And she helped. And she was there by me every day and that’s why I love her.
“We’ve never been happier,” he told MacCallum. “And I’m just glad I got ahead and did my best for the American people.”
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Parscale added that he “gets better every day” as he recovers from the “stress” of his demanding and often overwhelming role on Trump’s career.
“The stress, it’s the last piece of history to remember how accurate it was,” he told MacCallum. “And I appreciate it when I told the American people that because I love my wife, she loves me. She was the first one there after her, and she’ll be the last I’ll ever see.”
Parscale also became emotional later in the interview when MacCallum asked if he had contacted the president after the incident.
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“No,” Parscale replied, “and it’s quite hurtful, but it’s probably as much my fault as his.” I love this family. And I gave him every inch of my life, ”he said. – Every inch.
Asked to send a final message to his former boss, Parscale encouraged the president to “continue to fight” with his legal battles challenging the 2020 election results.
“Don’t give up,” he said. – The country needs you.