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In a startling exposé, Donald Trump’s campaign faces a major scandal after it was uncovered that Jonathan Stone, a key figure in the campaign as a New Hampshire county chairman, had a disturbing history that includes threats of violence and misconduct during his tenure as a police officer.

The shocking revelations emerged from a detailed internal report released by order of the New Hampshire Supreme Court.

The report disclosed that Stone was terminated from his law enforcement role in 2006 due to alarming behavior—specifically, threats to kill colleagues and sexually assault the police chief’s wife. This disturbing conduct was reportedly motivated by Stone’s desire for revenge following a suspension related to an illicit relationship with an underage high school student.

The disclosure caught the Trump campaign off guard, according to Stephen Stepanek, Trump’s campaign chair in New Hampshire. “I just found out about it this morning,” Stepanek remarked, highlighting Stone’s longstanding support for Trump and his previous position as a state representative. The campaign had viewed Stone’s background favorably until this revelation surfaced.

Despite the gravity of the accusations against Stone, Stepanek stopped short of confirming Stone’s removal from the campaign.

He indicated that decisions regarding Stone’s status would be handled by Trump’s estate at Mar-a-Lago, in consultation with himself.

Following his dismissal from law enforcement, Stone successfully ran for a seat in the New Hampshire House of Representatives in 2022. Notably, Stone gained attention during Trump’s 2016 campaign for presenting the former president with an AR-15 rifle.

The unfolding scandal has raised significant questions about the vetting process within Trump’s campaign, casting doubts on the campaign’s leadership in New Hampshire.

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