The Full Nunberg: Ex-Trump Aide Defies Mueller in Media Tirade

The Full Nunberg: Ex-Trump Aide Defies Mueller in Media Tirade

The Full Nunberg: Ex-Trump Aide Defies Mueller in Media Tirade

Former aide to the past presidential campaign of current United States President Donald J. Trump, Sam Nunberg, was recently served a subpoena to appear in court before a grand jury.

"I started going over my emails, and I said, 'This is ridiculous.' Why do I have to hand over all of my emails to a federal investigator?"

"Why do I have to do it?"

Last week, CNN reported Mueller is probing Trump's business dealings as he considered running for president.

After Nunberg's no-holds-barred media blitz, he told the Daily News, he "got carried away" and said he is considering seeking treatment for alcohol abuse.

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.

Nunberg, who was sacked from the Trump campaign in 2015, repeatedly complained about the extensive legal fees he has been faced with and criticized the president for prompting the investigation in the first place.

He added: "Trump may have very well done something during the election".

"Oh, Sam, I think your dentist is going to dump you right now", the comedian replied.

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Nunberg also said he thinks former Trump foreign policy adviser Carter Page, a key figure in the Russian Federation investigation, worked with the Kremlin.

McGahn did not issue an statement and he "later had to remind the president that he had indeed asked Mr. McGahn to see that Mr. Mueller was dismissed", the Times report said. The White House fired back at some of the claims that Nunberg made claiming that he was obviously drunk, and during an interview with CNN's Erin Burnett, she told Nunberg that she could actually smell alcohol on his breath.

Nunberg told The Washington Post that he was subpoenaed to appear Friday before a grand jury in Washington.

In the interviews Mr Nunberg went back and forth and contradicted himself over the Trump campaign's ties with Russian Federation during the election. "I don't know what it is, and perhaps I'm wrong, but he did something", he told Jake Tapper.

"I would certainly have not advised him to ignore or refuse a document-production subpoena", Stone said in an interview with MSNBC.

"I'm not spending 80 hours going over my emails with Roger Stone and Steve Bannon and producing them", Nunberg told the Post.

White House press secretary Sarah Sanders dismissed Nunberg's comments. "The person she works for has a 30-percent approval rating". "He said awful things about Sarah Huckabee Sanders, says he wants to fight Corey Lewandowski in an alley ... he also had terrible things to say about Carter Page".

Nunberg also said that had Trump not won the Republican primary, "he was probably going to endorse Hillary Clinton".

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