"I'm going to end up cooperating with them", he said.
"But this is much broader than Sam Nunberg, after he spoke about his mentor Roger Stone, the former Trump advisor, as I just mentioned, Roger then spoke out in this unusual interview with Chuck Todd, it's another interesting development in the news about the Russian Federation probe", Melber continued.
After that story, Nunberg made gave a series of interviews on MSNBC and CNN, repeating his defiance and claiming that he believes that Mueller's team is closing in on Trump. The classmate, who asked not to be named, said, "That's about what I would expect out of him", of Nunberg's on-air antics.
The special counsel's office had slapped Nunberg with a Grand Jury subpoena asking for all of his communications with 10 current or former White House officials, including Trump, ex-communications director Hope Hicks, ex-counselor Steve Bannon, and the president's former bodyguard Keith Schiller.
Still, Nunberg maintained that the document request laid out in the subpoena was "extremely time consuming" and said he had no regrets about his very public defiance.
And by the way, the aide involved in the McGahn part of this report? After orchestrating an interview between Trump and BuzzFeed that produced a very negative article, Nunberg offered his resignation and Trump fired him in February 2014. In one of Nunberg's later interviews, with CNN's Erin Burnett, Burnett asked him a question that might have otherwise seemed off-base: Are you drunk?More news: Italy Faces Political Paralysis After Populist Shock
Mueller is looking into the Trump campaign and administration to determine whether they had any ties to Russia's interference in the 2016 election. Nunberg was sacked from the Trump campaign in 2015 after racist Facebook posts were uncovered on his personal account. "I didn't even know saying "screw you" to a subpoena was an option", Jordan Klepper said on The Opposition. He told her around midnight that "I'm gonna cooperate!"
Mueller had better come and get him if that's the case, but he wouldn't really do that, would he?
"I haven't had a drink", Nunberg replied. "Just my opinion. Because it sounds like pain, but he is the special counsel and he does have the long arm of the law".
'The Russians had no impact on our votes whatsoever, but certainly there was meddling and probably there was meddling from other countries and maybe other individuals, ' Trump said at a joint news conference with Swedish Prime Minister Stephan Löfven. He at one point said Trump was too smart to fall victim to Russian blackmail, only to later say that Trump "caused this, because he's an idiot".
Trump then went on to sue Nunberg after alleging he leaked confidential information to reporters in violation of a non-disclosure agreement. I reached the conclusion that Donald Trump would be his own strategist.
"I'm not going to weigh in on somebody that doesn't work at the White House", she said.