Donald Trump: Sam Nunberg implicates POTUS in Russian Federation investigation

Donald Trump: Sam Nunberg implicates POTUS in Russian Federation investigation

Donald Trump: Sam Nunberg implicates POTUS in Russian Federation investigation

"I think that Carter Page is a weird dude - I don't think he should have been involved in that campaign", he said.

Nunberg conducted a number of media interviews, including with MSNBC and CNN. The Russians offered us something, and we thought they had something.' And that was it.

"He didn't know about any of this until I did it", Nunberg said. Mueller has already obtained three guilty verdicts in his investigation; there's no reason to think he won't use the full force of the law to get what he wants.

He told the Post that despite his suspicions, "the Russians and Trump did not collude". "He may. He may". "I think he may have done something during the election".

Right, so therefore Nunberg must still, despite everything, be a Trump supporter?

It appears former Trump employee Sam Nunberg was looking for five minutes of fame when he made media rounds Monday claiming he would not comply with a subpoena from special counsel Robert Mueller.

All that said, if you missed the Nunberg show on Monday, you may not have missed much.

Donald Trump: Sam Nunberg implicates POTUS in Russian Federation investigation
Donald Trump: Sam Nunberg implicates POTUS in Russian Federation investigation

UPDATE: March 5, 2018, 3:16 p.m. PST Nunberg later appeared on NY1 where he called Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders a "joke" and "fat slob". Nunberg had previously spoken on CNN claiming his aim was not to protect the president as Donald Trump was innocent. He hasn't worked at the White House so I certainly can't speak to him or the lack of knowledge he clearly has. "As we've said many times before, there's been no collusion".

Trump's personal lawyer Michael Cohen is among those now being probed for the president's Russian Federation dealings.

When asked by Tur whether he believes Mueller's investigators in the Russian Federation probe have something on the president, Nunberg said: "I think they may".

He also said President Donald Trump "never did anything illegal or wrong" around him, but that based on questions investigators asked him, "they may have something" on Trump. The subpoena would require him to turn over correspondences with some of his close friends, such as Roger Stone, the notorious conservative provocateur and occasional Trump ally. "I'm not going to give them every email I had with Steve Bannon and Roger Stone", Nunberg told Ari Melber on MSNBC.

Not so. He also said that, had Trump not won the Republican primary, "he was probably going to endorse Hillary Clinton". He campaigned his a- off. "I hate the guy", he said. Prince denied the allegations, but now, it sounds like special counsel Robert Mueller has evidence.

When's the last time, for example, the host of a national broadcast asked a guest if he was either "drunk or off your meds"? Ring of Fire's Farron Cousins discusses the weird Monday that Sam Nunberg had.

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