Published: Wed, March 07, 2018
Global Media | By Derrick Guzman

Former Trump Aide Now Says He'll Probably Cooperate With Investigators

Former Trump Aide Now Says He'll Probably Cooperate With Investigators

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

So, who exactly is Sam Nunberg, beyond a former adviser to President Donald Trump's campaign team?

"Let him arrest me", Nunberg told The Washington Post.

"I'm not cooperating" with Mueller, he told Tapper.

Nunberg told Borger that he is not refusing to comply in order to protect Trump.

"If he did that, you know what, it's inexcusable", Nunberg continued.

Another possible line of questioning could be related to Trump's activities in Moscow in 2013 during the Miss Universe pageant, which the president once owned.

CNN's Erin Burnett's interview with ex-Trump campaign aide Sam Nunberg ended with a bang.

Asked moments later if Nunberg had taken "anything else", he said he had not consumed anything besides his antidepressant medication.

"He treated me like crap", he told CNN's Jake Tapper. He says he hasn't been drinking.

"I know you all came here to hear me talk about trade tariffs, "Stephen Colbert said at the top of Monday's Late Show".

In an interview with the Washington Post, however, he said he did not believe there was anything to the collusion claims between Trump and Russian Federation.

"He's incorrect", said Sanders. Three Nunberg friends said they walked away from those conversations fearful that he was "drinking again" and was about to embark on a personal tailspin.

"I think they may..."

"I'm not interested in going in there, and for them to set up a case against Roger Stone, who had no communication with Julian Assange", Nunberg said.

"If Sarah Huckabee wants to start debasing me, she's a joke", Nunberg told NY1.

Among those the subpoena requests information about are departing White House communications director Hope Hicks; Bannon; Trump's longtime personal lawyer, Michael Cohen; former Trump campaign manager Corey Lewandowski; and Stone.

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

He also said he believed Carter Page, a Trump campaign adviser, did collude with Russians.

"I believe Carter Page was colluding with the Russians", Nunberg said, adding later, "I think that Carter Page is a weird dude I don't think he should have been involved in that campaign".

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

It arose in part from the findings of U.S. intelligence agencies that Russian Federation had meddled in the election and that its goals eventually included aiding Trump, who won a surprise victory over Democrat Hillary Clinton.

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

"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'm the one that was treated terribly by [Trump]. He's too smart for that".

A former Donald Trump adviser has sensationally implied he "may have done something wrong" during the 2016 election campaign.

Nunberg, who was no longer working for the campaign at the time of the meeting, said Trump is not telling the truth when he says he had no knowledge of that meeting throughout the campaign.

"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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