Nunberg, a top political staffer for Trump in the run-up to the campaign, was sacked in 2015 for racially insensitive Facebook posts and has since existed on the fringes of Trump's orbit as a consultant. That's the reality. Now Trump loves Corey.
Asked specifically about Axios's Tuesday declaration that one of the reasons Americans hate the media is because of the way it acts during Nunberg-like episodes, he said "it's nice to have friends". Ring of Fire's Farron Cousins discusses the freaky Monday that Sam Nunberg had.
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When Nunberg said the subpoena was costing him 80 hours of time as he tried to sort through the documents and emails Mueller had requested, Wiley interjected, somewhat incredulously: "You'd rather spend possibly a year in jail than 80 hours going through documents?"
But before that happened, Colbert explained, Nunberg called into MSNBC's Katy Tur for a odd interview in which he explained he would not comply with Mueller's subpoena because he does not want to take the time going over his emails with Roger Stone, Steve Bannon and Hope Hicks.
During his appearances on cable news, Nunberg ranted that he would not cooperate with special counsel Robert Mueller's probe, calling him "a moron" - though he later reversed course and said he would cooperate.
"I think he may have done something during the election", Nunberg told MSNBC of the president, "but I don't know that for sure".
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Nunberg told TheDC he is now undergoing the process of complying with Mueller's subpoena by sifting through and copying his emails. I don't care! Take him down!
Paparazzi-style photographers were waiting for Nunberg outside CNN's NY bureau after the Burnett interview.
Nunberg also said that it was the "biggest joke" that Trump himself had colluded with Russian Federation, a point he echoed to the Post. But the interview soon turned into an impromptu legal counsel session.
Nunberg said he will make an appearance before Mueller's grand jury Friday, pledging that he will "tell the truth".
The freaky Nunberg interviews came less than week after White House Communications Director Hope Hicks resigned after she testified before the House Intelligence Committee. "But that wasn't the point of what the media was doing yesterday". He waved his subpoena around in front of MSNBC's Ari Melber on air. "Everything I have to go through now - I'm smart enough not to involve alcohol".