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In a reversal, Sam Nunberg, a former aide to Donald Trump, said late Monday night he would likely cooperate with special counsel Robert Mueller after all. His latest comment, made in an interview with The Associated Press, was a reversal of his earlier remark that he would not comply with Mueller's subpoena but would instead risk arrest. Nunberg told the AP that he's angry about being asked to share his communications with a long list of people. He added that he doesn't think the subpoena is fair and that Mueller's team should narrow its scope of inquiry. However, he conceded that he would "end up cooperating" with Mueller. The special counsel's subpoena had asked Nunberg to hand over communications related to Trump and nine other people, and to appear in front of a grand jury investigating whether Russia interfered in the U.S. 2016 presidential election. In a series of disjointed interviews late Monday in the United States, Nunberg said he thinks the special counsel might have something on the president...Read more
CNBC | Tuesday March 6, 2018
Former Trump aide Sam Nunberg changes course, says he would 'end up cooperating' in Russia probe