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He appeared again on CNN, this time on 'Out Front with Erin Burnett' before giving his last interview to the Associated Press.
In his interviews, he suggested that President Donald Trump may be implicated in Mueller's ongoing probe into Russian election meddling.
Others who have been sucked into congressional probes of the Russian interference have complained about piling up massive legal bills.'They've already bankrupted people, Katy,' Nunberg said to the MSNBC host who covered the campaign. You know, [former White House press secretary Sean Spicer has big legal bills.
[Jared Kushner and Ivanka Trump press aide] Josh Raffel has big legal bills,' he said.
His defiance could lead to contempt of court charges or jail time if he follows through and prosecutors go after him.
Even as he trashed the request for his information, Nunberg said Mueller was an honorable man – and slammed Trump for hosting Russia's former ambassador to the U. Sergey Kislyak into the Oval Office.'What they sent me was absolutely ridiculous.
Okay fine, yeah, she’s unattractive, she’s a fat slob. The person she works for has a 30 percent approval rating,' Nunberg told NY1 in an interview.' he said, referencing longtime informal adviser Stone and Trump's former chief White House strategist.'I was preparing it. Nunberg also claimed during the interview that he came up with a great number of Trump campaign cornerstones, including the wall on the US border with Mexico, Trump's travel plan, and the attacks on Jeb Bush.Should I spend 50 hours going over all my emails with Roger and with Steve Bannon? In a series of interview, although he said Trump was not guilty of collusion, Nunberg said Trump may indeed have 'done something' – and said one adviser, Carter Page, engaged in collusion with the Russians. Nunberg's comments seem to comport with an Axios report from Sunday that revealed all the email communications Mueller was seeking from an unnamed official.” Later, on CNN with Gloria Bolger, he referred to fellow former Trump aide Carter Page as a 'moron'.In an interview with CNN's Jake Tapper, he said he believed Page 'colluded with the Russians,' but said he was just a minor figure in the campaign and is a 'weird dude' and a 'scumbag.'Page called Nunberg’s accusations 'laughable' in a comment to The Associated Press.