Secret Service Agent Dies After Suffering From Stroke in Scotland

President Trump surrounded by Secret Service at Turnberry golf course

A Secret Service agent passed away Tuesday morning after suffering a severe cerebrovascular accident [stroke] in Scotland where he was traveling in support of Presidential protection, reported Bloomberg White House reporter, Jennifer Jacobs.

The Secret Service agent served for over 19 years; a name has not been released.

The Sun reported:

He was taken to Queen Elizabeth University Hospital in Glasgow, but sadly did not recover.

In a statement, the Secret Service described the agent as a “dedicated professional of the highest order” who had served for 19 years.

Speaking just after he fell ill at the golf course two days ago, a spokesman said: “On 15 July a US Secret Service Special Agent suffered a cerebrovascular accident in Scotland, UK where he was travelling in support of Presidential Protection.

“The Secret Service asks for your prayers and continued respect for the agent and his family’s privacy.”

More to follow..

Prayers for the Secret Service agent’s family and loved ones.

The President arrived in Scotland Friday evening and stayed at Trump Turnberry for two days for meetings, calls and some golf.

As TGP’s Kristinn Taylor reported, Friday night soon after Trump arrived at his Trump Turnberry golf club in Scotland, a Greenpeace protester flying a motored paraglider with a large anti-Trump banner hanging below flew within yards overhead of Trump who was outside receiving guests, forcing him to race inside with his Secret Service detail.

Update: The US Secret Service released the identity of the agent: Special Agent Nole E. Remagen.

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