'Screw That': Former Trump Aide Says He's Refusing Mueller Subpoena

'Screw That': Former Trump Aide Says He's Refusing Mueller Subpoena

'Screw That': Former Trump Aide Says He's Refusing Mueller Subpoena

Russian Federation denies the allegations and Trump has repeatedly insisted there was no collusion between Moscow and his campaign. While we still don't know what Mueller might have uncovered, nothing that has been made public shows an underlying predicate for criminal collusion or obstruction of justice, at least not on Trump's part - and the lists in these subpoenas suggest perhaps that's true of the other suspects in the media's collusion theories. Some of the things he said in a long interview on CNN's OutFront with Erin Burnett got the Twitterverse buzzing, especially when Burnett told him near the end that she smelled alcohol on his breath.

"Let him arrest me", Nunberg told The Washington Post on Monday of special counsel Robert Mueller, who he says has requested his appearance before the jury this Friday.

White House Press Secretary Sarah Sanders dismissed Nunberg's claim.

It's unclear how much Nunberg would know about the inner workings of the Trump campaign or the White House. She reminded reporters that Nunberg had never worked in the White House. "If he did that, it's inexcusable if he did that", Nunberg said at one point.

Nunberg reportedly worked for the Trump Organization - Trump's business conglomerate - beginning in 2011, before becoming a paid aide on the NY real estate mogul's presidential campaign. Lawyers often wait in the hallway for the witness to ask for a break, so the two can discuss what's happenin dguring the questioning.

Nunberg completed his on-air meltdown with an interview on TV channel NY1 when he called Sanders a "joke" and a "flat slob".

Telling Jake Tapper that he thinks Trump knew about the Trump Tower meeting with the Russians is icing on Nunberg's contempt of court cake. "Do you think Robert Mueller is going to send me to prison?" he asked.

In an interview on CNN, he said he believed Mueller's team wanted specifics about Stone, but that he wouldn't talk about him because he was like a mentor. "I think that he may have done something during the election, but I don't know that for sure".

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"No I'm not protecting him, but he didn't do anything", Nunberg said.

"Screw that", he told Gloria Borger on CNN.

"Roger Stone is like a surrogate father - he's like my father", Nunberg told MSNBC's Ari Melber.

Said Trump "won this election on his own" and "campaigned his ass off" but added "there is nobody who hates him more than me". Nunberg was an early Trump adviser, but they parted ways early in the campaign. Russian Federation denies the allegations and Trump says there was no collusion between Moscow and his campaign.

Nunberg also said Trump's foreign policy aide Carter Page was also colluding with Russian Federation, but he undermined Page's role in it.

He told the Post that despite his suspicions, "the Russians and Trump did not collude".

Despite continued animosity between him and Trump over the posts, Nunberg said he would not cooperate with the "witch hunt" probe.

Sam Nunberg can not simply decide to ignore a grand jury subpoena.

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