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

Things To Know About Once And (Maybe) Future Trump Aide Sam Nunberg

Things To Know About Once And (Maybe) Future Trump Aide Sam Nunberg

Former aide to the past presidential campaign of current United States President Donald J. Trump, Sam Nunberg, was recently served a subpoena to appear in court before a grand jury. 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 is valuable because of what he knew before Trump was in the White House.

"Why do I have to do it?"

Nunberg's tirade shocked lawmakers and even prompted a CNN reporter to ask if was drunk. "I think that Carter Page is a weird dude - I don't think he should have been involved in that campaign", he said. Nunberg had previously spoken on CNN claiming his aim was not to protect the president as Donald Trump was innocent.

"You're sitting very close to me", she said.

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In the process, Nunberg, who Trump fired in 2015, also made a series of jaw-dropping - and unsubstantiated - claims against Trump and those in his orbit. Nunberg rejected any notion that Trump had colluded with Russians. "The Russians offered us something, and we thought they had something, and that was it, '" Nunberg said. I understand she was just doing her job, and I think she does a very good job under rough circumstances.

Russian Federation denies the allegations and Mr Trump has repeatedly insisted there was no collusion between Moscow and his campaign.

Did a full 360 by saying he not appear before the jury on Friday during another appearance on MSNBC which resembled more an intervention than an interview.

"I'm not going to get sent to prison", he told Erin Burnett on CNN's OutFront.

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He also told MSNBC that the expansive subpoena proves Trump right.

White House press secretary Sarah Sanders said Nunberg was "incorrect" and said he clearly lacks knowledge on the subject. "I think it would be really, really amusing if they wanted to arrest me because I don't want to spend 80 hours going over emails I had with Steve Bannon and Roger Stone", he told Tur.

"Talking to you, I have smelled alcohol on your breath", she said, while also restarting White House talking points which alleged much the same. "I don't know what it is, and perhaps I'm wrong, but he did something", he told Jake Tapper. "She's not attractive. She's a fat slob". And his investigators are reportedly scrutinizing the Trump Organization's efforts to secure the deal, among other business dealings before the election.

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