Secret Service agent, died of a stroke is the memory of Trump, U.S. officials

US-Secret-Service-Agent Nole Edward Remagen, 42, died in Scotland on Tuesday after suffering a stroke during the administration of President Trump, the overseas trip.


President Trump on Wednesday mourned the loss of a U.S. Secret Service agent, who suffered a stroke on Monday at the president’s trip abroad.

Special Agent Nole Edward Remagen, 42, died on Tuesday in Scotland, surrounded by his immediate family and secret-service colleagues.

Special Agent Nole Remagen – for ever Worthy of trust and Confidence.

— U.S. Secret Service (@the secret service) July 18, 2018

A 19-year veteran of the Secret Service, Remagen body was back to the US on Wednesday.

“Our prayers are Remagen with Special Agent – members, including his wife and two young children,” Trump said in a statement Wednesday. “We mourn with them, and with his Secret Service colleagues who have lost a friend and a brother.”

Agent a 19-year veteran of the U.S. Secret Service was Remagen. He was also five years in the Marine Corps.


Melania and I are deeply grateful for his life-long devotion, and today we pause to honor his life and 24 years of service to our Nation,” Trump.

The first lady took to Twitter to Express her “deepest condolences” , Remagen-family, notes that the Secret Service “to protect tirelessly & behind-the-scenes to our family.”

The dedicated @secret service who work tirelessly & behind the scenes, to protect our family. @POTUS & I thank you for your service and all that you do. Our deepest condolences to Remagen go to the family of Special Agent Nole Edward.

— Melania Trump (@FLOTUS) July 18, 2018

Remagen, according to the White house-the statement, spent five years in the Marine Corps, before the Secret Service, where he worked as a park of the presidential Protection Division.

The service said Remagen “on the example of the fundamental values of the Secret Service – justice, duty, courage, honesty, and loyalty.”

Agent Remagen, the Vice-President of Pence as a “courageous Americans,” leaves behind his wife and two children.


The trumps participated in a ceremony for Remagen Wednesday at Joint Base Andrews in Maryland, where the agent’s body arrived. Vice President Pence, who Karen called a brave American,” and his wife Remagen “, also paid their respects.

A GoFundMe created for Remagen-family raised more than $107,000 as of Wednesday night.

Fox News’ Serafin Gomez and The Associated Press contributed to this report.

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