Former Trump campaign aide wavers on defying Mueller inquiry

Former Trump campaign aide wavers on defying Mueller inquiry

Former Trump campaign aide wavers on defying Mueller inquiry

Nunberg - who worked for President Trump's campaign before he was sacked in 2015 - also called Trump "an idiot", and added that the president "may have very well done something during the election with the Russians", a charge the president has repeatedly denied.

A former Trump campaign aide who declared that he won't co-operate with special prosecutor Robert Mueller is now saying he will probably do as Mueller asks. This was decided by the grand jury who is investigating allegations of collusion with Russian Federation during the United States presidential election.

It's an awkward question to ask, but you know, I've interviewed you before, you're sitting very close to me. The president has said he was unaware of the gathering. Nunberg told CNN's Jake Tapper that he's swimming in legal fees, all thanks to the president.

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

Mueller is investigating Russian election meddling and any ties to the Trump campaign. "He may. He may".

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"You know he knew about it".

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

Special counsel Robert Mueller's investigators are aware of two occasions where Trump asked witnesses about conversations they had with investigators, The New York Times reported Wednesday, citing three people familiar with the encounters.

"It is incredibly unsafe and it's also such a bad idea to do it so publicly", she said of Nunberg's public pronouncements. "I want it to be fair", he said.

"I'm not cooperating", Nunberg said. "As we've said many times before, there's been no collusion". He also referred to Mr Trump as "Manchurian candidate" in an interview with CNN - a reference to someone who has been brainwashed into becoming a foreign agent.

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"It is the biggest joke to ever think that Donald Trump colluded with the Russians", said Nunberg, who also spoke to the Washington Post and CNN.

Nunberg, a former Trump advisor, blew up the political landscape after what was possibly an alcohol-infused binge-appearance session across multiple media platforms Monday night.

"I would urge Sam Nunberg to co-operate", he said.

In his opening monologue on Tuesday, Sean Hannity reacted to fired Trump aide Sam Nunberg's freaky television interviews, arguing they show just how "despicably low" the mainstream media will go to damage President Trump. And Trump, by extension, is not smart enough. He campaigned his a- off.

So the idea of him refusing to lend any hand - even under subpoena - does not seem far-fetched to me. That waffling came amidst the "extraordinary series of media interviews", as Dawsey and Rucker gently put it-which brings us to the Nunberg side story. And he claimed that Mueller's team may already have evidence of it. Is he trying to prod Trump into firing Mueller?

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