Trump spoke to witnesses about discussions they had with special counsel

Danny Woods
March 9, 2018

George Nader, a Lebanese-American businessman and adviser to the Emirates, has agreed to provide information to Mueller's investigation into possible collusion between campaign officials and the Russian government to sway the 2016 presidential election, according to reports by The New York Times and CNN.

Trump also asked his former chief of staff, Reince Priebus, how his interview with the special counsel investigators had gone and whether they had been 'nice'.

The former campaign aide took a different tone on Monday, when he told the Washington Post in the first of several interviews, "Let him arrest me".

Sam Nunberg appeared drunk on CNN. In congressional testimony previous year, Prince, founder of security firm Blackwater, denied representing the Trump campaign in that meeting. "I don't think that's fair", Nunberg told TheWrap after wrapping up his on-air appearances.

But Nunberg said he wasn't on anything "besides my meds - antidepressants".

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Axios spoke with an unnamed friend of Nunberg's who accused news anchors of "knowingly taking advantage of an obviously fragile man".

"I think your family wants you home for Thanksgiving, and I think you should testify", she added. Nunberg told CNN's Jake Tapper that he's swimming in legal fees, all thanks to the president. "Why do I have to produce every email?" "I was very close to Donald Trump". Prince denied representing the Trump campaign and incoming administration during the meeting, which he characterized as a chance encounter over a beer that lasted no more than 30 minutes.

Wiley was one of three lawyers, including host Ari Melber, who appeared with Nunberg on MSNBC Monday evening. I owe her an apology.

Page was a junior foreign policy adviser to the Trump campaign. The UAE failed to notify the Obama administration of the visit beforehand, and the breach of protocol raised concerns in the US intelligence community. President Donald Trump, according to Nunberg, was at turns too dumb for Russian President Vladimir Putin to want to collude with and too idiotic to keep himself out of trouble, yet smart enough not to ask women to "come up to his room", a reference to Putin's alleged offer to send women to Trump's hotel room in 2013. 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. "I think that he may have done something during the election, but I don't know that for sure", he said.

By December of that year, Nunberg was saying that Trump's campaign was being led in the wrong direction and predicted that Trump would not win the Republican nomination. After a time, that lawsuit was settled.

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