The Sam Nunberg meltdown today has been amazing

@NJChicaa (40378)
United States
March 5, 2018 6:29pm CST
Trump's former employee/associate/whatever was served with a subpoena from Special Counsel Mueller for emails involving all sorts of Trump friends/former advisors (and Trump himself) and also his presence was demanded on Friday for an interview. Nunberg produced a copy of the subpoena on TV today and announced that he would NOT be giving Mueller any of his emails. He had several excuses for this including that he didn't have "80 hours" to go back and find them and that he wasn't going to incriminate his friend and mentor Roger Stone. Nunberg said that he also wouldn't be showing up for the interview and that he thought it would be "funny" if Mueller had him arrested. He appeared as a phone-in guest on MSNBC and CNN this afternoon and then somewhere else in person, I believe, this evening but I'm not sure which channel. I listened to clips of the afternoon interviews and he sounded totally drunk. I think the guy has become unhinged. Maybe he is nervous after reading about the former Soviet spy being poisoned in England today? Maybe he thinks that he is next and he is trying to find a safe place in jail? Who knows? I keep waiting for Trump to have a Twitter meltdown over this. I suppose I'll have to wait for tomorrow morning.
A former aide to President Trump’s campaign sent Washington into a frenzy on Monday by announcing he would defy a special counsel subpoena in a series of bizarre interviews on cable television.
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@kobesbuddy (46699)
• East Tawas, Michigan
6 Mar
OH yes, Donnie will definitely have to add his two cents worth, on Twitter:( What a bunch of children, playing the part of adult's with everything under control!
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@NJChicaa (40378)
• United States
6 Mar
Mueller seems to be speeding things up which will cause him to become even more unhinged. Unfortunately, that caused the INSANE tariff announcement because he was pissed off. (I assume they had the nuclear football hidden at the time) One can only hope he backs off of that one.
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@kobesbuddy (46699)
• East Tawas, Michigan
6 Mar
@NJChicaa Those men running our government, I wonder which one will self-destruct first!
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@NJChicaa (40378)
• United States
6 Mar
@kobesbuddy Trump will likely stroke out.
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• United Kingdom
6 Mar
Funnily enough I'm reading a Roger Stone book at the moment - as a Brit I'm more engaged with American politics than I ever have been before. Trump is president - good god, I remember him in celebrity gossip mags complaining about Ivana and laughing at him. Now he's president and I cannot believe it - he's a welcome respite in terms of the news as here in the UK it's all about Brexit, but good things cannot (in my opinion) come from a Trump presidency...
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@NJChicaa (40378)
• United States
6 Mar
No, nothing good has come from this $hitshow thus far. Our only hope is Special Counsel Mueller who is (we think) doing a very solid job of locking down the whole Conspiracy and Obstruction of Justice case against Cheeto von Tweeto.
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