Former President Trump campaign manager Brad Parscale is back with his wife — a week after she told cops he beat her, a report said Monday.
Parscale, 44, and his 41-year-old wife Candice were spotted together outside their multimillion-dollar home in Fort Lauderdale, Fla., before running errands and visiting friends over the weekend, the Daily Mail said.
“They have agreed an uneasy truce for the time being,” a source told the outlet of the couple — who appeared grim-faced and tense when seen.
“She has told Brad he has to curb his drinking and get professional help for his problems,” the source said of Candice. “Their issues are far from resolved, but she is standing by her man — at least for now.”
Candice allegedly told cops her husband of eight years beat her when officers were called to the pair’s home Sept. 27 and reported seeing “large contusions” on her forehead, cheek and arms.
She added to police at the time that her husband — who got booted as Trump’s re-election campaign manager in July amid dropping poll numbers for the president — was inside with a cocked gun and threatening suicide.
A two-hour standoff ensued, with an allegedly drunken Brad Parscale finally walking out of the home and getting tackled by a SWAT team and involuntarily taken to the hospital.
A cop who interviewed Candice wrote in his report of the incident, “When I asked how she received the bruising, Candace [sic] Parscale stated Brad Parscale hits her,” Politico said.
Candice later claimed to Politico that police had “misconstrued” her statements to them and her husband has never been violent toward her.
A judge ordered her hubby’s 11 guns taken away from him after last month’s incident.
“Candice was badly shaken up by the whole incident, but she feels a lot safer without the guns in the house,” the source told the Mail.