"Mr. Mueller should understand I am not going in on Friday" to the grand jury, he added. Nunberg asked while speaking via telephone with CNN's Jake Tapper.
One of his last stops was apparently on Burnett's show, and she asked him point blank if he'd been drinking at all throughout the day.
CNN star Jim Acosta claimed White House Press Secretary Sarah Sanders snubbed him at Monday's press briefing yet again and seemingly called for "courage" - before she put him in his place.
"No. Besides my meds".
During his interview with CNN's Erin Burnett, he reiterated his belief that Mueller has something on President Donald Trump. The person could later be charged with criminal contempt, said Barbara McQuade, a former U.S. Attorney for the Eastern District of MI who teaches law at the University of MI.
Burnett then pressed Nunberg on any possible drug use, echoing accusations about him that circulating from the White House.
Speaking to anchor Josh Robin, Nunberg said: "She's a joke".
Told CNN (over three separate appearances) that Carter Page had colluded with the Russians and was a "scumbag" and "a weird dude".
"So if she wants to start attacking me, she can do that".
"I'm not cooperating" with Mueller, he told Tapper.
If Sam Nunberg defies the subpoena to testify before the grand jury, Robert Mueller could ask the court to immediately issue a warrant for his arrest. "[Russian President Vladimir] Putin is too smart to collude with Donald Trump".
During his afternoon tirades, Nunberg detailed his interview with Mueller's investigators, mocking them for asking such questions as if he had heard Russian being spoken in Trump Tower. At the wheel: "former Trump campaign aide Sam Nunberg".
Nunberg's decision to air his views publicly was not based on legal advice. I'm not going to spend 30 hours going over my emails.
He and Nunberg never overlapped on the Trump campaign.
"I actually felt for Nunberg yesterday".
Among those the subpoena requests information about are departing White House communications director Hope Hicks; Bannon; Trump's longtime personal lawyer, Michael Cohen; former Trump campaign manager Corey Lewandowski; and Stone. "What gives it so much heat is how much he's disclosing regardless of what he later does, because he is basically saying that he has this belief that they're setting up a case, his words, against Roger Stone".