Nunberg framed his refusal to comply with the subpoena around his frustration that Mueller's team is asking for a complete record of his emails with other Trump campaign aides, including Roger Stone and Steve Bannon, going back to November 2015.
"I was walking around [Beverly Hills] and an global businessman I know pretty well, swore me to secrecy said 'You can say this on TV". It's absolutely ridiculous that I should give over every communication I ever had with Steve Bannon or Roger Stone.
Burnett pushed him. "Talking to you, I have smelled alcohol on your breath", she said.
Mueller, the former FBI director who is leading the investigation into possible ties between Russian Federation and the Trump campaign, is also seeking any records Nunberg has relating to Trump and nine others involved with his administration, including emails and telephone logs, Nunberg said.
Nunberg was sacked from the Trump campaign in 2015 and went on to endorse Sen.
Nunberg also said that Huckabee Sanders would not have gotten her job but for her father, the former Arkansas governor Mike Huckabee.
In a rambling interview with CNN's Jake Tapper, Nunberg called Trump an "idiot" for doing an interview with NBC's Lester Holt following his firing of former FBI Director James Comey and hosting Russian officials in the White House around the same time.
Despite continued animosity between him and Trump over the posts, Nunberg said he would not cooperate with the "witch hunt" probe.
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Former Trump campaign aide Sam Nunberg.
The former campaign manager said he believes Mueller "thinks that Trump is the Manchurian Candidate", an assessment that Nunberg disagrees with.
Over the weekend witnesses have been issued with a subpoena demanding they turn over all documents related to United States President Donald Trump and his advisors.
He also bashed the White House press secretary Sarah Huckabbe Sanders who undermined his role in Trump's campaign, claiming he lacked knowledge about its inner workings. "I think that he may have done something during the election, but I don't know that for sure".
"No I'm not protecting him, but he didn't do anything", Nunberg said.
Nunberg denied the comment, saying that the only thing he had taken that day were antidepressants.
"I'm not cooperating", Nunberg said.
"The Russians and Trump did not collude", Nunberg told the Post.