Ex-Trump Campaign Staffer Sam Nunberg Dared Robert Mueller to Arrest Him

Ex-Trump Campaign Staffer Sam Nunberg Dared Robert Mueller to Arrest Him

Ex-Trump Campaign Staffer Sam Nunberg Dared Robert Mueller to Arrest Him

Mr Nunberg reportedly worked for the Trump Organisation - the U.S. president's business conglomerate - beginning in 2011 before becoming a paid aide on the NY real estate mogul's presidential campaign.

While on set with Erin Burnett on Monday evening, the CNN host openly accused Nunberg of being intoxicated while on air.

A former aide to President Donald Trump's election campaign said Monday he is rejecting a subpoena to provide information to the investigation into Russian meddling.

"They want me to say that Roger was going around telling people he was colluding with Julian Assange".

Nunberg, who was twice fired and once sued by Trump, made it clear that he is no fan of the president. Mueller clearly believes in this case that Trump was "groomed", and then helped by the Russians to carry out their work in the White House. "If he did that, it's inexcusable if he did that", Nunberg said at one point.

Nunberg spent several hours on cable news shows saying that will never happen.

When an unknown person answered the phone at his home Tuesday morning, the person said Nunberg is done doing interviews.

"I'm not spending 80 hours going over my emails with [former advisors] Roger Stone and Steve Bannon and producing them", Nunberg said, indicating he flat-out isn't going to comply with Mueller's request for communication records between high-level campaign figures potentially suspected of rank dealings with Russian Federation.

Nunberg, a relatively peripheral Trump campaign figure, announced he had received a subpoena from Mueller's grand jury.

Nunberg was told to appear before a grand jury and to provide communications he had with Donald Trump and others within his orbit dating back to late 2015.

"I definitely think he doesn't know that for sure because he's incorrect. Who the hell advised him to allow those Russians in the Oval Office?" he said.

He later told CNN of Trump: "Granted, Donald Trump caused this, because he's an idiot".

Dawsey reported that "Nunberg said he was planning to go on Bloomberg TV and tear up the subpoena".

Despite continued animosity between him and Trump, Nunberg said he would not co-operate with the "witch hunt" probe.

The spectacle began on Sunday, when Nunberg leaked to Axios that he'd been subpoenaed by a grand jury convened by special counsel Robert Mueller's team.

Said Trump "won this election on his own" and "campaigned his ass off" but added "there is nobody who hates him more than me".

Roger StoneRoger Stone is a former adviser to president Trump's presidential campaign, and although he left the campaign at the end of 2015, he has said he remained "a confidant to the President".

Sanders addressed Nunberg's comments, many of which were yet to come, during a White House press briefing Monday.

Despite that, he affirmed to the Post that, "the Russians and Trump did not collude".

The 36-year-old appears to take issue with the fact that investigators want him to turn over "records of any kind" between himself and nine others, including senior Trump campaign officials Steve Bannon and Paul Manafort.

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