Trump Aide Unravels in Wild Whirlwind Media Tour: 'I Hate the Guy'

Trump Aide Unravels in Wild Whirlwind Media Tour: 'I Hate the Guy'

Trump Aide Unravels in Wild Whirlwind Media Tour: 'I Hate the Guy'

An adviser to the United Arab Emirates who met with Jared Kushner and Steve Bannon during the presidential transition is cooperating with special counsel Robert Mueller, the New York Times reports.

"Unlike you, some people try not to get arrested, " Colbert said to Nunberg. "I could be wrong, by the way".

Nunberg added in his interview with Borger that he had already sat down with investigators for close to five and a half hours. "Why do I have to go? Why?"

Despite continued animosity between him and Mr Trump over the posts, Nunberg said he would not co-operate with the "witch hunt" probe. "What do you think Mueller's going to do to me?"

Nunberg said he had not been drinking and had only taken his regular meds - antidepressants - before appearing on TV.

When asked whether he should refuse the subpoena, Sanders said she wouldn't "weigh in" on what anyone outside of the White House should do. Russian Federation denies the allegations and Trump says there was no collusion between Moscow and his campaign. Nunberg said he answered "no" to all three questions.

"I'm going to end up cooperating with them", he said. However, the president has denied any such wrongdoing. He also has been on the outs with Trump, who sued Nunberg for $10 million for allegedly violating a confidentiality agreement and leaking information about then-campaign manager Corey Lewandowski's relationship with Hope Hicks, who later became Trump's communication director.

Sam Nunberg said he was incensed over Mueller's request for him to appear before a grand jury in relation to the Russian Federation probe and turn over thousands of emails and other communications he had had with other current and former officials.

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"It is the biggest joke to ever think that Donald Trump colluded with the Russians", said Nunberg. He rejected any notion that Trump had colluded with Russians.

But on Tuesday, Nunberg said getting fired from the campaign left wounds that took a long time to heal. And he blamed Trump for the Russian Federation investigation, telling MSNBC that he was "responsible for this investigation. because he was so stupid".

White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders downplayed any claims of misconduct on the President's part. "There was nothing there, but they want to hear the testimony". "Let me just give them what they want because there's nothing there anyway".

Nunberg later told Vox he was referring to public comments Trump made during his election campaign in June 7, 2016. "Do you think I'm going to jail?" "He doesn't do that".

His involvement in the attempts to build a Trump Tower in Moscow in particular is apparently being scrutinized.

President Trump delivering his acceptance speech during an election night event at the New York Hilton Midtown in the early morning hours of November 9, 2016.

Mr Nunberg reportedly worked for the Trump Organisation - the USA president's business conglomerate - beginning in 2011 before becoming a paid aide on the NY real estate mogul's presidential campaign.

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