Keep in mind that Sam Nunberg is kind of insane

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In a series of freakish interviews to the CNN and MSNBC, former Trump campaign manager Sam Nunberg dared Special Counsel Robert Mueller to arrest him ( a statement he retracted later) and said he suspected President Donald Trump "may have done something illegal" - or not.

Mr Nunberg also told CNN's Erin Burnett he thought it was "ridiculous" he could go to prison for not testifying.

"Let him arrest me", Nunberg told the Post.

During a subsequent press briefing, White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders downplayed any knowledge Nunberg may have.

"No. Besides my meds".

But Nunberg asserted in the interview shortly afterward with Tapper that he believes special counsel Robert Mueller has "something" on Trump. "He was talking about it a week before", Nunberg said on CNN.

Nunberg said in an interview on MSNBC. "I really could care less about what the Trump White House has to say about me".

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It has been all about Sam Nunberg on cable news today following his announcement that he wasn't going to appear in front of a federal grand jury on the Russian Federation investigation, essentially snubbing his nose at Special Counsel Robert Mueller.

Nunberg blurted out that he had been offered immunity in exchange for his testimony, and Melber said the claim was credible since it was allegedly made through his attorneys - and he said the offer was significant.

"Carter Page was colluding with the Russians", Nunberg told CNN's Jake Tapper.

He added: "So if she wants to start attacking me, she can do that".

"Do you think should I cooperate?"

Nunberg first worked for one of Trump's businesses before helping advise his presidential campaign.

Nunberg said he was angry over Robert Mueller's request to have him appear in front of a grand jury and turn over thousands of emails and other communications with other ex-officials, among them his mentor Roger Stone. "Donald Trump won this election on his own".

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The former campaign manager said he believes Mueller "thinks that Trump is the Manchurian Candidate", an assessment that Nunberg disagrees with. He never worked at the White House and was jettisoned from the Trump campaign early on, in August 2015.

Aides in the West Wing watched Nunberg's television interviews closely, voicing frustration that he had thrust Russian Federation back into the headlines and laughing over what they considered Nunberg's lack of discipline.

"They want me to testify against Roger", Nunberg said.

"Well I have not had a drink", Nunberg replied.

"No. I don't care what they say".

"When a person uses the attorney-client relationship to further a criminal scheme, the law is well established that a claim of attorney-client. privilege must yield to the grand jury's investigatory needs", Chief Judge Beryl Howell wrote on 2 October 2017. Former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort filed a lawsuit in January challenging Mueller's authority to indict him. "They're pathetic. Their president has a 33 percent approval rating", Nunberg retorted.

By December of that year, Nunberg was saying that Trump's campaign was being led in the wrong direction and predicted that Trump would not win the Republican nomination. Nunberg co-wrote a Breitbart article with Roger Stone in March 2015 on Hillary Clinton and the 2012 attack on a USA diplomatic compound in Benghazi, Libya.

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