Does Robert Mueller have anything on Donald Trump?

That question has dominated politics ever since Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein appointed the former FBI Director to investigate alleged Russian election interference.

And one witness just emerged from the courthouse and dropped a bombshell about Mueller’s case against the President.

Former Trump aide Sam Nunberg testified before a grand jury last Friday.

This came after a bizarre media tour where Nunberg threatened not to appear, claimed Mueller had the goods on Trump, and was also accused of being drunk.

He did another round of interviews after his testimony with ABC News.

Nunberg told the network he did not believe Mueller’s case led to the President.

ABC reports:

“Five and a half hours after testifying before a grand jury in the Russia probe, a former political adviser to Donald Trump told ABC News exclusively that he believes the investigation is “warranted.”

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“No, I don’t think it’s a witch hunt,” Sam Nunberg told ABC News. “It’s warranted because there’s a lot there and that’s the sad truth.”

He added, “I don’t believe it leads to the president.”

In a separate interview with MSNBC, Nunberg said Trump should sit for an interview with Mueller and repeated his claim that the investigation does not lead to the President.

Breitbart reports:

“Sunday on MSNBC’s “Live With Alex Witt,” former Trump aide Sam Nunberg said he would “highly suggest” President Donald Trump accepts to have an interview with special counsel Robert Mueller.

Nunberg said, “I don’t believe it leads to the president. The president is going to have to explain, and the president has to do an interview, I would say. I would highly suggest that he does.”

He continued, “He has to explain why when they fired James Comey. If it was up to me, the president would have fired James Comey the day after he was elected during the transition — but he has to explain why when he based the logic on the Rosenstein memo and then the next day gives an interview to Lester Holt saying it had to do with Russia. Okay, fine, maybe then we don’t have a special counsel. But then he has the Russians in the Oval Office, and by the way, who the hell in that White House let that happen? He was so ill-served by his staff. It was unbelievable. Therefore, I don’t think Rosenstein had any choice but to put that special counsel.”

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