Published: Fri, March 09, 2018
Global | By Shelia Dennis

Sam Nunberg Says He Will Refuse Subpoena in Russia Probe

Sam Nunberg Says He Will Refuse Subpoena in Russia Probe

According to the subpoena, which was sent to Nunberg by special counsel Robert Mueller, investigators want emails, text messages, work papers, telephone logs and other documents going back to November 1, 2015, 4½ months after Trump launched his campaign.

CNN's Erin Burnett told Nunberg during her interview with him that she smelled alcohol on his breath.

Particularly, the people Mueller has hired - several of whom have also contributed to Hillary Clinton and other Democratic candidates, or represented Democrats - essentially have a free hand to go after Republicans no matter how peripheral they might have been to the 2016 campaign or to Mueller's original charter.

Colbert went on to quip about the extent of Nunberg's tirade.

Speaking to the Post, Nunberg dared Mueller to act if he refused to appear before a grand jury on Friday.

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Corey Lewandowski, Trump's campaign manager until June 2016.

"I'm going to cooperate with whatever they want", Nunberg told CNN Tuesday in a phone interview.

"Do you think I would communicate with Carter Page?".

Wiley responded to Nunberg's turnaround in a statement to MSNBC outlining the reason why it's so critical and impactful that Nunberg was able to speak, listen, and engage with a Black woman. In January, he laughed off a freakish and combative appearance on MSNBC by telling a friend who had asked him if he was drunk that he had been on cold medicine.

It was hard to watch the spectacle over the last 24 hours - Nunberg seems to be cracking under the strain of investigation and abandonment by the president and those around him. Nunberg told CNN's Jake Tapper that he's swimming in legal fees, all thanks to the president. "Why do I have to produce every email?"

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Later that day however, Nunberg told The Associated Press that, in the end, he's likely "going to end up co-operating with them". He later told reporters he would comply with the subpoena.

As a demonstration of everything TV news does right and does wrong, it's hard to beat the media-storm created by Sam Nunberg on Monday.

Mueller has indicted 13 Russians and four former Trump aides, three of whom have entered plea deals involving co-operation.

But on Tuesday, Nunberg said getting fired from the campaign left wounds that took a long time to heal. Such a concession by Moscow would have been likely to require the easing of USA sanctions on Russian Federation, which were imposed for Russia's intervention in Ukraine in 2014, those officials said.

Legal experts said Trump's contact with the men most likely did not rise to the level of witness tampering. Business Insider had written about Nunberg's racially charged Facebook posts from years prior, and the nascent political organization jettisoned him.

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Nunberg was speaking out to explain his frustration with the ongoing Russian Federation investigation by Robert Mueller. Nunberg made a decision to relitigate this on Monday. He then added, "I don't know that for sure".

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