READ IT: Former Trump aide Sam Nunberg releases Mueller grand jury subpoena

READ IT: Former Trump aide Sam Nunberg releases Mueller grand jury subpoena
Special counsel and former FBI director Bob Mueller (image via screengrab).

Onetime Donald Trump aide Sam Nunberg on Monday capped his rambunctious media tour by releasing the grand jury subpoena he’s refusing to comply with.

After giving no fewer than four public interviews (including one where he fat-shamed White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders), Nunberg provided the Washington Post a copy of his grand jury subpoena as part of special counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation.

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