Nunberg said in multiple appearances he would defy orders to appear before Mueller to answer questions about whether or not the campaign of President Trump colluded with Russian operatives during the 2016 presidential election.
At one point, CNN's Erin Burnett even suggested that he might be drunk. He dared the feds to arrest him and declared he had a sneaking suspicion that Trump "may have done something during the election", among many other controversial and sometimes contradicting statements. Is it an altruistic and pure expression of media ideals?
In the Whitewater investigation during the Clinton administration, an Arkansas business associate of Bill Clinton's, Susan McDougal, spent 18 months in prison for not complying with a grand jury subpoena.
This afternoon, the name "Sam Nunberg" has emerged from the cloaca of governmental scandal, marking a new Act and Scene in the quasi-theatrical spectacular that is American Politics.
Mueller has charged several Trump associates and more than a dozen Russians.
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After Ramaz, Nunberg attended McGill University and received a law degree from the Touro Law Center on Long Island. Nunberg also told Coppins, "You have to report this: the champ champ does whatever the fuck he wants".
Nunberg and Cohen's travails undermine the Trump family's narrative about the patriarch's flawless radar for finding the best people. James Comey, who was then the FBI director, said Trump asked him for his loyalty and to end the investigation into his first national security adviser, Michael Flynn.
Axios spoke with an unnamed friend of Nunberg's who accused news anchors of "knowingly taking advantage of an obviously fragile man". They'll put him on the air simply because of what he says that they don't check, they don't verify, they don't corroborate, just like they didn't check or corroborate or verify anything that Christopher Steele said in that stupid dossier. Mueller wouldn't waste his time with someone who he was certain has no valuable information to offer. Sources said Trump asked McGahn to talk to Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein about what they could do regarding Mueller, but that Trump never "ordered" McGahn to fire Mueller. He's been questioned "numerous times" by the special counsel's team.
Trump brought up Priebus' October interview with the special counsel's office, the people said, and Priebus replied that the investigators were courteous and professional.
Why it matters: This is one of the reasons America hates the media. But is being "liked" something the media should concern itself with? It's is a relatively new outlet that quickly rose to prominence through an impressive series of scoops from the White House.
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Steve Bannon, who left the White House as chief strategist in August. Nunberg's relationship with Trump is nothing if not complicated.
It seems that Nunberg himself learned something from his media circuit. Later, after playing a clip of Nunberg telling CNN's Jake Tapper "I'm not cooperating", Colbert said, "You know Mueller can arrest you, right?"
In an interview with Bloomberg, Nunberg challenged Mueller's power to take any action against him should he keep his word and abstain from Friday's grand jury appearance, adding that he didn't want to pay the travel expenses.
Nunberg appears to have had no special insight into Page's activities on the campaign.
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