Ex-Trump aide Sam Nunberg tells Katy Tur that Mueller probably 'has something' on Trump in bizarre 20-min interview
Sam Nunberg on MSNBC -- screenshot

After forwarding a subpoena from special counsel Robert Mueller to the Washington Post, former Trump campaign aide Sam Nunberg gave MSNBC a freewheeling interview that included his belief that his onetime boss may be guilty of collusion with the Russians.

After admitting to host Katy Tur that he'd been interviewed by Mueller's investigators, the host asked Nunberg if he believes the special counsel "has anything" on Trump.

"I think they may," the ex-aide responded. "I think he may have done something during the election. But I don't know that for sure." 

Elsewhere in the interview, Nunberg told Tur that he thinks it'd be "funny" if he were arrested for failure to comply with Mueller's subpoena.

"Why does Bob Mueller need to see my emails when I send Roger [Stone] and Steve [Bannon] clips and we talk about how much we hate people?" the erstwhile Trump aide asked rhetorically.

He also admitted that "Donald Trump being involved in conservative politics was not good for his business."

"By the way," Nunberg said at one point, "I think my lawyer is going to dump me right now."

This isn't the first time Nunberg's given a rambling MSNBC interview. Last week, he called presidential adviser and son-in-law Jared Kushner a "weak link" who has done "nefarious things," and earlier this year, called Trump an "idiot" and a "complete pain in the ass to work for." In the latter interview, which was conducted by host Joy Ann Reid, many noted that Nunberg appeared to be intoxicated.

Watch the bizarre interview below, via MSNBC:

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