Former Trump campaign aide backtracks on Mueller: 'I'm going to cooperate'

Nunberg I would go before House Intel Committee

Nunberg made the media rounds after special counsel Robert Mueller subpoenaed him to testify before a grand jury.

"Liberal news organizations feasted Monday on Sam Nunberg, a clearly distressed, possibly drunk bit-player from the early days of the Trump campaign, as multiple interviews went off the rails and media members took advantage of a clearly fragile man", Fox's Brian Flood wrote.

Nunberg also said "I suspect that they suspect something about {Donald Trump]".

"What do you think Mueller is going to do to me?" he said.

"You know [Trump] knew about it", Nunberg said during one of three interviews on CNN.

Nader has reportedly provided information to the grand jury.

According to the subpoena, which was sent to Nunberg by special counsel Robert Mueller, investigators want emails, text messages, work papers, telephone logs and other documents going back to November 1, 2015, 4½ months after Trump launched his campaign.

But Nunberg changed his mind about cooperating after receiving free legal advice from MSNBC panelist and lawyer Maya Wiley on air Monday evening.

Nunberg is a lawyer who has been admitted to the New York state bar after graduating from Touro Law Center on Long Island, New York. Press Secretary Sarah Sanders said Nunberg wouldn't know anything because he never served in the White House.

"In many cases - including this one, I think journalists can do better", Seaman wrote.

Asked Tuesday about the concerns he elicited, Nunberg declined to get into details and said simply "it's not an issue". "Why do I have to produce every email?"

Mr. Nunberg has been asked to provide information from November 1, 2015, through the present about Mr. Trump and several of his aides, including his communications director, Hope Hicks; Corey Lewandowski, his former campaign manager; Stephen K. Bannon, the president's former chief strategist; Mr. Trump's longtime bodyguard, Keith Schiller; and Michael D. Cohen, the former Trump Organization lawyer.

Mr Nunberg backed up his view in another interview with CNN's Jake Tapper where he asserted Mr Mueller has "something" on Trump.

During the course of his appearances, when MSNBC host Katy Tur asked Nunberg if he believed Mueller had any evidence of wrongdoing by Trump, Nunberg said "he may". Such a concession by Moscow would have been likely to require the easing of US sanctions on Russian Federation, which were imposed for Russia's intervention in Ukraine in 2014, those officials said. Page stridently denies doing anything wrong. He also said he never talked about Clinton's emails with Trump.

It's unclear how much Nunberg would know about the inner workings of the Trump campaign or the White House.

Business Insider had written about Nunberg's racially charged Facebook posts from years prior, and the nascent political organization jettisoned him.

Corey Lewandowski, Trump's campaign manager until June 2016. Nunberg said he drew the inference from a prior meeting with prosecutors. "She made a compelling case to me, and the case was that they have to do this for their investigation, and it was a fair point".

A recent Gallup poll showed that support for Trump among blue-collar White women declined a stunning 18 percent in OH and 19 percent in Wisconsin and Minnesota. By March 2016, Nunberg had endorsed Trump opponent Ted Cruz. Trump filed a $10 million lawsuit against Nunberg in July 2016, accusing him of violating a nondisclosure agreement, but they settled the suit one month later.

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