Donald Trump’s Secret Service agent DIES after stroke on President Scotland visit

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

A United States secret service agent who suffered a stroke during Donald Trump's visit to his Turnberry golf resort has died.

The agency says Special Agent Nole E. Remagen suffered a cerebrovascular accident on Monday during Trump's trip to Belgium, the United Kingdom, Scotland and Finland.

"At the time of his passing, he was surrounded by members of his immediate family and his extended Secret Service family", the agency said in a statement.

"Our hearts are filled with sadness over the loss of a beloved and devoted Special Agent, husband, and father", Trump said in a statement honoring the agent.

"Special Agent Remagen's repatriation to the United States represents the return of a fallen Secret Service Special Agent who exemplified the core values of the Secret Service - Justice, Duty, Courage, Honesty and Loyalty", the Secret Service said in a statement Wednesday.

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A GoFundMe account has been created for Remagen's family.

Remagen is survived by his wife and two children.

His body is being flown to Joint Base Andrews, MD, on Wednesday via U.S. Air Force military aircraft, The U.S. Secret Service said. "We are forever in their debt".

Remagen was a five year veteran of the US Marines and served the Secret Service for 19 years. An activist from Greenpeace paraglided overhead as the president arrived with a sign bearing the slogan: "Trump: Well Below Par".

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

The Secret Service has about 3,200 agents.

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