Nunberg Meltdown, Recent Resignations Mar Trump White House

Nunberg Meltdown, Recent Resignations Mar Trump White House

The brouhaha erupted Monday, when Nunberg slammed Sanders in a freakish interview with Spectrum News.

Sam Nunberg told the Daily Caller in an exclusive that he's sorry for verbally unleashing on White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders and calling her, among other vile names, a "fat slob".

"Whatever they want to say about me, that's fine", Nunberg added. He has privately bragged to reporters about planting fake stories in the press and publicly admitted to making up a story that went viral about former New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie (R) picking up McDonald's food for then-candidate Trump. "I was very close to Donald Trump".

"But this is much broader than Sam Nunberg, after he spoke about his mentor Roger Stone, the former Trump advisor, as I just mentioned, Roger then spoke out in this unusual interview with Chuck Todd, it's another interesting development in the news about the Russian Federation probe", Melber continued.

The 36-year-old - who was dismissed in August 2015 amid reports he posted a racially charged message on Facebook - risks serving jail time if he refuses to comply.

Nunberg said he'd already blown a 3 p.m. Monday deadline to turn over the requested communications. "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".

TheDaily Beast reported that several of Nunberg's friends were concerned he had been drinking before the interviews.

Nunberg, who lives in NY, forwarded to The Post an email listed as coming from Mueller's office asking him to appear in front of a grand jury in Washington on Friday. Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort was also at the meeting, along with Trump's son-in-law and adviser, Jared Kushner. I hope what I gave him was a sense of humanity we need now more than ever in this country. I believe Carter Page was colluding with the Russians. "[Russian President Vladimir] Putin is too smart to collude with Donald Trump".

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Earlier in the day, Sanders had dismissed Nunberg's claim that President Donald Trump probably colluded with Russian Federation during the campaign.

Nunberg told The Washington Post that listening to fellow guest Maya Wiley, a civil rights activist, lawyer and New School professor who previously served as New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio's chief counsel, was the reason he changed his mind.

Yet, Nunberg can't just ignore a federal subpoena.

Relative to the restrained comments or flat-out silence of other witnesses in Mueller's investigation, Nunberg's interviews were provocative.

Hall did note that "some of these interviews that went on for 20 to 25 minutes seemed ridiculously belabored" - ostensibly referring to Burnett and Ari Melber's extensive (and weird) sit downs with Nunberg. "In fact I felt like it was a deliberate thing he was doing".

Nunberg sounded similarly skittish on the phone with Tapper and appeared to have second thoughts about his decision to defy Mueller. I'm not going to spend 30 hours going over my emails.

A spokesman for the special counsel's office declined to comment.



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