Saturday, 24 August, 2019

Secret Service Agent Dies In Scotland - President Trump Meets Family

US secret service agent dies after stroke during Trump visit to Scotland Secret Service agent on President Trump's security detail dies during Scotland trip
Deanna Wagner | 19 July, 2018, 11:13

A US Secret Service agent who suffered a stroke during President Trump's visit to Scotland has died.

President Donald Trump took time out of his schedule Wednesday to honor Secret Service special agent Nole Remagen.

The statement continued: "The secret service thanks the medical personnel in Scotland, in addition to the members of the White House Medical Unit and Police Scotland who provided exceptional care and support for a member of our family". "We grieve with them and with his Secret Service colleagues, who have lost a friend and a brother'".

On Sunday the unnamed agent had a stroke and was rushed into hospital, but despite being given "critical care" by doctors in Scotland, he passed away on Tuesday morning, the Daily Mail reports.

"At the time of his passing, he was among the elite heroes who serve in the Presidential Protection Division of the Secret Service", Trump's statement said. Marine Corps and a special agent for 19 years.

The expenditures, totaling $69,767, were made by the State Department on behalf of the U.S. Secret Service, tasked to protect the president and his family members during their trips overseas.

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White House press secretary Sarah Sanders tweeted, "Prayers for the Remagen family".

Remagen's body was due to arrive at Joint Base Andrews in Maryland, just outside Washington, on Wednesday afternoon. "We are forever in their debt".

The president faced a hostile reception while in Scotland, with protests headlined by a stunt on Friday night in which a man flew above the Turnberry Hotel using a paraglider and unfurled a banner reading "Trump Well Below Par". "We are sorry for your loss and are grieving with you", she said.

The veteran agent fell ill on Sunday and was treated in Scotland, USA Today reported.

Christopher Smith was the last Secret Service agent whose name was placed on the wall after dying of a heart attack in 2005.