Mike Gill, the former Trump administration official who was shot during a Washington, D.C., carjacking spree on Monday, died Saturday, his wife said in a statement. Gill, who previously worked at the U.S. Commodity Futures Trading Commission under former President Donald Trump, was shot Monday in violence related to a carjacking spree that also claimed the life another man. Gill worked as senior vice president of capital markets with the Housing Policy Council, according to his biography on the council's website. The attacker then fatally shot Alberto Vasquez Jr., 35, and fled in a stolen Chrysler 200, according to an incident report. The attacker, identified as 28-year-old Artell Cunningham, was fatally shot by police Tuesday in New Carrollton, Maryland, Maryland Attorney General Anthony G. Brown said in a statement.