A former campaign aide to President Donald Trump has said he would highly suggest POTUS takes part in an interview with Special Counsel Robert Mueller over the ongoing Russian Federation probe. The interviews were so crazed and off-the-rails that CNN's Erin Burnett asked Nunberg if he had been drinking, telling him she smelled alcohol on his breath.
Nunberg, who spent more than 24 hours publicly questioning whether he had to respond to a subpoena issued by the special counsel said testifying was something he felt he needed to do and was his "duty as an American, whether I like it or not". In November of a year ago, he advised Trump not to cooperate with Mueller. On Tuesday, Fox Business Network reported Nunberg meant to seek treatment for alcoholism following his grand jury appearance.
"[Trump] has to explain the logic why, when he based the logic on the [Deputy Attorney General Rod] Rosenstein memo, and then the next day he gives an interview to Lester Holt saying it has to do with Russian Federation", he told Witt. Besides dishing on the Mueller probe and offering advice to President Donald Trump, he also remarked on his Monday media blitz.
After spending five and a half hours with the special counsel on Saturday, #Sam Nunberg is convinced Russian Federation probe is "not a witch hunt".
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It means a lot. "He is a huge competitor, one of the hugest competitors I've had as a football player. We are so happy because maybe he can help us for 20 minutes, 25 minutes.
"It was 'boom, boom, boom, boom, boom.' There was nothing subjective", he continued.
The report comes hours after for Trump campaign aide Sam Nunberg testified before the probe's grand jury.
"There are a lot of weird connections", though, he noted at one point. Nunberg made headlines after announcing his intention to defy the special counsel's subpoena.
"I don't believe it leads to the President", he said, contradicting his earlier assessment that Mueller has "something" on Trump.