It's been a pretty wild year for Brad Parscale. He originally entered the political scene by overseeing Donald Trump's digital campaign in 2016. He made such an impression on the president that he was named Campaign Manager 2020.
In the spring, Parscale said he wanted to let go of the "Death Star" on the Democrats. But after Trump's disastrous campaign rally in Tulsa, Oklahoma. After settling in for a crowded crowd outside of the event, only around 6,000 people came.
Parscale was downgraded soon after the event. Later that year, Parscale was arrested by Florida police after an incident involving domestic violence and apparent suicide threats.
After that incident, Parscale disappeared saying that he was suffering from "overwhelming stress". However, the former campaign manager will be known to the public again next week.
Parscale tweeted today, “Happy Friday. Next week, Fox News is about a 30-minute special with Martha MacCallum. I'll be on TV for the first time since June. So much for the end! "
Happy Friday. Next week, Fox News is about a 30-minute special with Martha MacCallum. I'll be on TV for the first time since June. So much for the end! pic.twitter.com/WLaqzsDkYZ
– Brad Parscale (@parscale) November 27, 2020
This may not be the best news for the Trump campaign. Back in October, Gabriel Sherman reported that some in the White House feared Parscale would speak about campaign funding violations.
"According to the source close to the campaign," the Vanity Fair writer wrote, "the Trump family is concerned that Parscale might turn them on and work with law enforcement on possible campaign funding violations." "The family is concerned that Brad will start talking."
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