Trump campaign advisor who encouraged police to ‘hang’ themselves at Jan. 6 violence is gone

According to a senior aide of Donald Trump, Dylan Quattrucci, who served as the deputy director of Trump’s 2024 campaign in New Hampshire, has resigned from the campaign.

During the events of January 6th, 2021, Quattrucci was in close proximity to the United States Capitol. In August, NBC News released a report that featured a video of Quattrucci verbally lashing out at police officers during the riot, telling them to “go hang yourself.” However, it should be noted that there is no evidence to suggest that Quattrucci actually entered the building itself.

According to NBC News, Chris LaCivita, an adviser to Trump, stated that Quattrucci has resigned. As of now, there has not been any response from Quattrucci regarding this matter.

Quattrucci’s exit from the Trump campaign was initially reported by The Daily Beast.

When NBC News approached Bruce Breton, who served as one of the co-chairs of Trump’s New Hampshire campaign, for a comment regarding Quattrucci, he remained silent.

Emma Barnett serves as a campaign embed for NBC News, currently working in the year 2024.

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