The spokesman for Rick Gates, a former Trump campaign staffer who was indicted by special counsel Robert Mueller, was killed last weekend in a terror attack on a hotel in Kabul. Glenn Selig was one of 22 people, including four Americans, killed in the attack. “Glenn was a tireless professional, loyal friend and pillar of the community, but most importantly he was a loving husband and wonderful father,” Selig Multimedia said. Selig, 49, was an investigative journalist in Florida before turning to public relations. Gates was indicted as part of Mueller’s Russia investigation, along with former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort.