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ImageMichael D. Cohen a longtime personal lawyer for President Trump in September

ImageMichael D. Cohen a longtime personal lawyer for President Trump in September

In an interview Monday with the Washington Post, Nunberg said he is refusing to comply with a subpoena order issued by special counsel Robert Mueller as part of the grand jury's probe into Russian meddling in the 2016 US presidential election.

But in multiple interviews yesterday, he repeatedly did just that.

He later added on CNN: "I'm not going to the grand jury".

But he didn't stop there, as he vowed to "screw" Muller's subpoena and claimed it would be "funny" if he was arrested.

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"I think it would be really, really amusing if they wanted to arrest me because I don't want to spend 80 hours going over emails I had with [Trump advisors] Steve Bannon and Roger Stone", he told MSNBC.

"I don't think he should have been there to begin with", Pelosi said. "No, but she had her people do it on background", he said.

Nunberg replied: "Well, I have not had a drink".

White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders totally silenced CNN correspondent Jim Acosta during her daily briefing Monday; prompting the liberal reporter to complain on camera over his networks treatment by the Trump administration.

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The election of Donald Trump was a shot heard around the world.

Kushner, who has been operating under an interim security clearance for about a year, had his access to the highly classified briefing cut off in the past few weeks, two USA officials familiar with the matter said.

He told NY1: "She's a joke. But that's irrelevant. The person she works for has a 30% approval rating".

In bombastic follow-up interviews on MSNBC and CNN, Nunberg doubled down on his refusal and suggested that the investigation may have evidence against Mr. Trump.

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Mr Nunberg reportedly worked for the Trump Organisation - the USA president's business conglomerate - beginning in 2011 before becoming a paid aide on the NY real estate mogul's presidential campaign.

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