Top Emirates adviser cooperating with Mueller

Top Emirates adviser cooperating with Mueller

Mr. Trump did fire Mr. Nunberg in 2014 because of an unflattering op-ed that he believed Mr. Nunberg's odd behavior had induced and sued Mr. Nunberg for $10 million.

Fresh off a series of tumultuous TV interviews, ex-Trump campaign aide Sam Nunberg revealed Tuesday that he is contemplating seeking treatment for alcohol abuse.

Nunberg and Cohen's travails undermine the Trump family's narrative about the patriarch's flawless radar for finding the best people.

Mueller has indicted 13 Russians and four former Trump aides, three of whom have entered plea deals involving co-operation. "He took over cable news like a vehicle chase".

In the light of Nunberg's 180 flip, he said that the media treated him fairly, that he would comply with Mueller's email inquisition, and even offered an apology to Sarah Huckabee Sanders who he completely trashed.

Echoing a sentiment Nunberg expressed - that he was frustrated by what he viewed as Mueller's overly cumbersome request, which he said was causing him to fall behind on his other work - Wiley said Nunberg "was in a hard position and had not thought it through".

McDougal questioned why Nunberg was appearing on television suggesting he knew things that might be of interest to Mueller.

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The 30-year-old is from Knob Noster, Missouri, approximately 70 miles or an hour and 15-minute drive east from the metro. Friends described Morton as an officer and friend who had a big heart, and who was always willing to help others.

Going on a literal media meltdown, from one show to the next, Nunberg grew more visibly irritated throughout the day.

Mr. Nunberg is a 36-year-old NY lawyer who has been involved in conservative politics since his teenage years.

Zachary Basu aggregated Nunberg's Washington Post and MSNBC interviews. Nunberg told CNN. "He treated me like crap". Nunberg's relationship with Trump is nothing if not complicated. Boris Epshteyn, Anthony Scaramucci, Sebastian Gorka, Carter Page, Roger Stone, Paul Manafort, Michael Flynn, Corey Lewandowski, Steve Bannon, Reince Priebus, Sean Spicer and others all have come and gone. He was one of the few people who would be familiar with Trump's thinking and private activities at that time. The Washington Post reported he was rehired by Trump as a communications adviser in February 2015, and CNN reported he was sacked from the Trump campaign on August 2, 2015, after racist posts allegedly from his Facebook account surfaced.

Axios' assessment seems to be based on conversations with Nunberg's friends, a group that likely includes Trump loyalists. For that, he was automatically shunned, reduced to a mere mention, by Sean Hannity, Laura Ingraham, and Monday's substitute-for-Tucker-Carlson Mark Steyn (don't know him? he's the one that yells in a Canadian growl and looks like a grizzly bear who's learned to shave).

Bob Mueller himself appears to disagree.

Nunberg became a prototype of sorts for a certain type of aide Mr. Trump attracted - unfailingly devoted, politically on the fringe and potentially volatile - he may prove to be an unpredictable witness for the same reasons the president's anxiety over the investigation continues to grow.

Nunberg is perhaps the only person questioned by Mueller and his team who is openly talking about it. He has met numerous times with investigators.

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