12 tweets about Sam Nunberg's long day on TV

12 tweets about Sam Nunberg's long day on TV

He then pointed out Nunberg took over cable news "like a auto chase" and noted that he appeared on CNN, MSNBC, and CNN again. and joked that 5 o'clock he appeared on HGTV to incriminate himself on Flip or Flop.

"I'm not going to co-operate".

If Nunberg defies the subpoena to testify before the grand jury, Mueller could ask the court to immediately issue a warrant for his arrest.

"Let [Mueller] arrest me!"

Nunberg added, "The Russians and Trump did not collude". "My answer is no, I have not", Nunberg said. "No".

"You know he knew about it".

During his interview with CNN's Erin Burnett, he reiterated his belief that Mueller has something on President Donald Trump.

"It's a fishing expedition", Nunberg said. Minutes after hanging up, Nunberg got back on the air with CNN's Jake Tapper with more bold claims.

They also said that they were anxious Nunberg had been drinking prior to dialing in to MSNBC and CNN.

"As we've said many times before there was no collusion with the Trump campaign. Anything further on what his actions are - he hasn't worked at the White House, so I certainly can't speak to him or the lack of knowledge that he clearly has".

"He's incorrect", said Sanders. Nunberg co-wrote a Breitbart article with Roger Stone in March 2015 on Hillary Clinton and the 2012 attack on a United States diplomatic compound in Benghazi, Libya. "And if they send me a subpoena that doesn't include Carter Page".

Nunberg, who aided Trump early in his campaign, had previously said he won't cooperate with handing over documents, repeatedly emphasizing the "ridiculous" amount of time it would take him to go over his emails.




In a statement given to CNN, Stone denied wrongdoing and said he has been a friend and adviser to Trump for decades.

Nunberg told The Post earlier he had received a subpoena to appear before the grand jury at the end of the week.

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".

"Mueller thinks Trump is the Manchurian Candidate, and I will tell you I disagree with that". Laughing, he said that "my lawyer is about to dump me right now".

Page called Nunberg's accusations "laughable" in a comment to The Associated Press.

"Well, I've not had a drink", he replied.

"They can say whatever they want".

"Maybe I'll just give them my password".

Said he didn't think Trump colluded with the Russians but Robert Mueller might have uncovered some illegal activity by the president. Wolff said the former adviser was "generally regarded as the man who understood Trump's whims and impulses best" and a Bannon associate. "He's too smart for that".

It's thus unclear how much Nunberg would know about the inner workings of the Trump campaign or the White House, where he never worked.

"Why would you enter the White House if you knew that you may someday have to sell your house or pull your kids out of school or whatever it costs to pay off legal bills", he asked?

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