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09 March 2018, 02:51 | Myrtle Vega
But after a string of interviews in which he denigrated Trump, called the Russian Federation investigation "a witch hunt" and pledged to ignore a subpoena to appear before a grand jury Friday, Nunbergtoldthe Associated Press that he likely would comply.
Sam Nunberg first worked for one of Trump's businesses and later helped advise Trump's presidential campaign, but he was sacked in August 2015 amid reports that he posted racially charged messages on Facebook. He recently said that he believes he is being monitored by the FBI "Sure they'll get my grocery lists, they may get the emails between my wife and me, but here's what they won't get - any contact with the Russians".
But Nunberg said he wasn't on anything "besides my meds - antidepressants. And there is nobody who hates him more than me".
The 36-year-old lawyer was booted off the Trump campaign after it was revealed that he had made racially charged social media posts about the Rev. Al Sharpton and former President Barack Obama. He rejected any notion that Trump had colluded with Russians. Nunberg said he answered "no" to all three questions. And you know what? "I think that he may have done something during the election", Nunbergtold MSNBC.
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He later added on CNN: "I'm not going to the grand jury". He noted that Mueller's request for the records, which he initially called ridiculous, "was much easier to do than I initially thought".
John Dean, a former White House counsel to Richard Nixon during Watergate, tweeted Monday that Nunberg can't flatly refuse to comply with a grand jury subpoena.
At her daily press briefing White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders said she could not "speak to him or the lack of knowledge that he clearly has".
Nonetheless, Sam Nunberg was back in the news on Monday because he was all over the news on Monday giving interviews, contradicting himself every time about whether or not he was going to comply with a subpoena he received from the special prosecutor's office. But his action has raised a fascinating question: What if Donald Trump wanted to do the same thing?
"I think it would be amusing if they arrested me", Nunberg said on MSNBC.
In his interview with Bloomberg, Nunberg said Trump "never did anything illegal or wrong around me". "But that's irrelevant. The person she works for has a 30% approval rating". He called former Trump adviserCarter Page a "scumbag" and accused him of "colluding with the Russians".
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Then later in the interview , Nunberg seemed to contradict his original refusal to comply with the Mueller investigation . He added: "The Russians and Trump did not collude ". " Nunberg took over cable news like a vehicle chase, " Colbert said.
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