"Is that okay", Nunberg said.
The "Morning Joe" host speculated about what caused Nunberg's freaky tirade against the Trump administration, refusal to cooperate with Mueller and crude insults directed at White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders.
Nunberg also called White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee a "joke" and a "flat slob".
Nunberg said he will make an appearance before Robert Mueller's (photo) grand jury on Friday. Mueller also could seek to charge Nunberg with obstruction of justice.
"I'm happy if the scope changes and if they send me a subpoena that doesn't include Carter Page", he said, insisting the two had never spoken.
However, Nunberg's media tour yesterday raises another question, which I raise in my column for The Week.
Burnett then terminated the interview but Nunberg didn't stop there, giving several more interviews.
His tone throughout the day had been completely different - he gave a series of freakish interviews in which he lashed out at US President Donald Trump, the administration, and Mueller.
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"I'm not spending 80 hours going over my emails with [former advisors] Roger Stone and Steve Bannon and producing them", Nunberg said, indicating he flat-out isn't going to comply with Mueller's request for communication records between high-level campaign figures potentially suspected of rank dealings with Russian Federation.
"I don't know what he is looking into", he told CNN. "I don't know why he does", Nunberg said. The campaign fired Nunberg in the summer of 2015, when Trump's candidacy was still in its infancy. "You don't want to be involved in alcohol", he said.
Nunberg said he thinks Mueller may already have incriminating evidence on Trump directly, although he would not say what that evidence might be.
Nunberg told Tapper that he thinks Page is a "scumbag", and said he suspects Page of trying to collude with the Russians.
By 9:53 p.m. on the East Coast, Nunberg further reversed the statement of cooperation and told MSNBC's Melber that he wanted investigators to explain why he needsed to testify, adding, "I'm not interested in facilitating a circumstantial case against Roger Stone".
But Nunberg asserted in the interview shortly afterward with Tapper that he believes special counsel Robert Mueller has "something" on Trump. He said he'd traded numerous emails a day with Stone and former White House chief strategist Steve Bannon, and said having to dig through his inbox to find them all was unreasonable.