With President Donald Trump just weeks away from becoming Citizen Donald Trump, Brad Parscale, the techie campaign manager often credited with sending the billionaire to the White House, yearns to go 'back to being nobody.'
Parscale exclusively told DailyMail.com that he's moving on from politics and is returning to his old hobby of flipping houses while taking his post-Trump life slow and easy.
'I'll try my best to just be with my family,' he responded to a comment request on Wednesday morning. 'Dogs. Friends. Slow down a bit. I'm just moving on with my life.
'I want to go back to being nobody. I'm going to flip houses like I used to.
'I obviously have talent at this and I have made money finding gems.'
The 44-year-old Parscale, who was demoted as Trump's campaign manager in July after a disastrous rally, will star by selling off more than $5.3 million in Florida real estate properties.
On Friday, his main residence in Fort Lauderdale, a waterfront mansion he bought for $2.45 million in January 2019, is set to go on the market for $3,149,000.
What's more, he's selling his two investment beachfront condos, also in Fort Lauderdale, including a townhouse near the ocean listed for $965,000 and a condo listed in late September for $1,220,000.
With President Donald Trump just weeks away from becoming Citizen Donald Trump, Brad Parscale, the techie campaign manager often credited for sending the billionaire to the White House, yearns to go 'back to being nobody'
PARSCALE'S MANSION: Parscale is returning to his old hobby of flipping houses. On Friday, his main residence (pictured) in Fort Lauderdale, a mansion he bought for $2.45 million in January 2019, is set to go on the market for $3,149,000
Footage of the property, jointly owned by Brad and his wife Candice, went viral in September after members of the Fort Lauderdale Police SWAT team responded to that address. Pictured: Parscale during the armed siege at his Fort Lauderdale home in September (left) and him being taken involuntary to the hospital
According to Katrina Campins, Parscale's realtor and a star of Season 1 of The Apprentice, the Fort Lauderdale mansion officially comes on the market Friday for $3.149 million
He was Baker Acted, the name of Florida's law that allows authorities to lock someone up in a mental institution without consent for up to 72 hours for evaluation and treatment
His wife Candice Parscale called 911 in the afternoon of September 27 to report her heavily armed husband was drunk and babbling about killing himself. She claimed he even loaded one of his guns with a single round
Police managed to get Parscale outside to his driveway, where his takedown was captured on body- and dashboard-cameras
And the city is currently suing to confiscate the 11 guns and rifles seized at the house that day. Attorneys claim in court papers Parscale is in 'significant danger' of harming himself or others
In June, Parscale sold an investment property in San Antonio, Texas, that he'd bought in 2017 for $243,500, according to Bexar County property records.
When asked if he was kicking off a post-election fire sale or if he was running out of money, Parscale replied: 'Ha. No.'
Republican operatives, however, aren't too sure Parscale will end up coming out of 2020 unscathed.
'When you mess up a big campaign like Trump's, sooner or later, Trump is going to want something back,' said Wayne Dupree, a conservative online pundit entrenched deep in Trump World. 'You can't mess up an election and just walk away. There'll be some reckoning.'
Parscale meteoric rise from garden-variety techie and amateur house-flipper to Trump campaign social media guru in 2016 came with millions of dollars for Parscale, who spearheaded the social media strategy that some say was a key reason for Trump's election.
In August 2019, DailyMail.com reported exclusively that at the time Parscale hopped on the Trump train, a Parscale family-owned company had filed for bankruptcy.
And suddenly, Parscale was on a cash-fueled shopping spree that included the three upscale Fort Lauderdale properties over the course of three months, as well as fancy and exotic cars.
The 6-foot-8 former college basketball player was a visible and popular presence by Trump's side who got his own standing ovations at rallies.
At the time, he told DailyMail.com in an exclusive interview he wasn't going to apologize for his newfound wealth.
'The President is an excellent businessman and being associated with him for years has been extremely beneficial to my family.'
PARSCALE'S CONDO FOR SALE: The demoted Trump campaign manager is also selling his investment beachfront properties, also in Fort Lauderdale, including a condo listed in late September for $1,220,000 (pictured)
In August 2018 Parscale Properties LLC, a Texas company owned by Brad and several family members, spent another $1,075,000 cash on a tiny condo, 1,149 square feet, at the Conrad hotel in Fort Lauderdale Beach
The two-bedroom place went on the