Nunberg made the rounds on all the major networks Monday after making a big stink about a subpoena he'd been issued by Special Counsel Robert Mueller in connection to the Trump-Russia investigation - saying he wouldn't comply and basically daring Mueller to arrest him. "I don't know why he went around trying to hide it".
"This is so ridiculous". "Why should I hand them over every email I've had with Steve Bannon since November of 2015?"
While on set with Erin Burnett on Monday evening, the CNN host openly accused Nunberg of being intoxicated while on air.
Then, in an interview with the Associated Press, Nunberg, who was sacked twice from the campaign, acknowledged he was angry over Mueller's subpoena and having to hand in thousands of emails and communications with former campaign officials, but in the end he'd end up complying.
He was sacked from the Trump campaign in July 2015, after it emerged he had posted racist comments on Facebook years ago.
Last year, Mr Mueller's office won a court order forcing a lawyer for former Trump campaign manager Paul Manafort to testify before the grand jury after she claimed attorney-client privilege.
Nunberg also talked with print outlets, including the New York Times and Bloomberg.
"Sam's his own man", Stone said of Nunberg's freakish behavior.
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Nunberg was an early Trump adviser, but they parted ways early in the campaign.
It's unclear why Nunberg so quickly changed his mind.
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"I think he may have done something during the election, but I don't know that for sure", Nunberg said.
"The Russians and Trump did not collude", Nunberg told the Post.
Schiff said Nunberg's assertion that President Donald Trump may have known about the 2016 Trump Tower meeting before it occurred is an area that the committee needs to explore.
At the end of the interview with Tapper, Nunberg appeared to revel in his defiant posture towards the special prosecutor, boasting: "I'm definitely the first person to do this, that I'm not cooperating".
Nunberg said he was ultimately swayed by the points some of the interviewers and TV guests he spoke with on Monday raised, notably former U.S. attorney Barbara McQuade, who warned Nunberg on MSNBC he could be charged with contempt.
"And if they send me a subpoena that doesn't include Carter Page".