She did not end the interview before asking the former Trump campaign aide if he had been drinking.
To badly misquote Oscar Wilde, when ONE former staffer telephones reporters and cable news stations in order to go on a prolonged, alarming, defiant rant, it seems like a misfortune. But when it happens MULTIPLE times, it starts to look like carelessness. It starts to look like President’s Trump’s idea of assembling a great team […]
Watching Sam Nunberg’s spectacular public splashdown on Monday was awkward for virtually everyone, but it was particularly painful for anyone who suspected that deriving secret joy from witnessing a public mental health crisis is neither journalistically, nor morally defensible. Show More Summary
Ex-Trump campaign aide Sam Nunberg gave wild and erratic interviews saying he wouldn't cooperate with the special counsel's subpoena but then had an apparent...
The world watched ex-Trump campaign aide Sam Nunberg unravel over and over again on live television as he dared special prosecutor Robert Mueller to arrest...
Refusing to comply with a subpoena from the Russia probe’s special counsel Robert S. Mueller III — as former Trump aide Sam Nunberg has vowed to do — could have real consequences. Susan McDougal, a former business partner of President Bill Clinton, spent 18 months behind bars for civil contempt after she refused to testify […]
The "Late Show" host has an answer for former Trump campaign aide Sam Nunberg.
Sam Nunberg, a former Trump aide, vowed to defy a special counsel subpoena, saying, "Let him arrest me." Then reality started to set in.
"I wasn't drunk," the former Trump campaign aide insisted.
Sam Nunberg wasn't done when he got off TV Monday night. At 11:30 pm, he called New York Magazine. Here's a transcript. He thinks Jared stole money from the pile that Brad Parscale got from the campaign for his digital marketing work.... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]
John Cassidy on the political operative Sam Nunberg, who has received a subpoena from Robert Mueller and who sparked a frenzy online after unhinged appearances on cable news on Monday.
It's not often that a news host feels compelled to ask a guest if he's been drinking, but that bizarre scenario unfolded Monday night as former Trump aide Sam Nunberg made the rounds of cable shows to complain about Robert Mueller's subpoena of him. On Tuesday, Charlie Gasparino of Fox...
The ex-Trump aide credited professor Maya Wiley's counsel with changing his mind.
Colbert had a monologue full of perfectly good tariff humor ready to go. Then former Trump aide Sam Nunberg got on TV.
Every imploding administration has its designated loud-mouth buffoon, but it seems like Trump has a whole gaggle of them. A platoon of buffoons, if you will. Nunberg boasts that he's going to go on TV and rip up the subpoena he received from Robert Mueller, and says his lawyer is going to quit... Show More Summary
Former Trump aide Sam Nunberg told Bloomberg that “he loved the attention he received from a round of media interviews this week defying special counsel Robert Mueller but now plans to comply with the prosecutor’s subpoena as quickly as possible.” [...]
After Sam Nunberg’s extraordinary – but very damning to Trump World – series of appearances in the news yesterday, Fox News is right in step with the White House in working to discredit him as a madman. It’s not too dissimilar to what...Show More Summary
Roger Stone protégé Sam Nunberg had an epic TV meltdown Monday. Roger Stone has been the nation's most famous active dirty trickster for more than 40 years. From Richard Nixon's original operation to the "Brooks Brothers riot" during the Florida recount of 2000 to threatening the father of New York's then-Gov. Show More Summary
Was the Sam Nunberg story too good to pass up, or should the networks and media outlets he contacted have resisted the urge to put him on the air on Monday? Nunberg, a former Trump campaign worker, contacted several left-leaning media outlets on Tuesday to protest a subpoena he had received from special counsel Robert […]
The former Trump aide says he received a subpoena from Special Counsel Robert Mueller—and then responded with a blustering, baffling series of live appearances on cable television.