Former Trump campaign adviser Sam Nunberg gave a wild interview to MSNBC's Katy Tur on Monday afternoon after the network called him to comment on his refusal to comply with a subpoena from special counsel Robert Mueller. In a telephone interview, Nunberg said he is "not interested" in handing over all his emails with then-Trump campaign manager Steve Bannon and his mentor Roger Stone who is also a Trump confidant.
Nunberg, on his refusal to comply, dared Mueller to come and arrest him.
"Let him arrest me," he said. "Mr. Mueller should understand I am not going in on Friday."
"What you are doing is surprising, to say the least. But you sat there in that room being questioned about Mueller's investigators, I want to hear directly from you, do you think that they have something on the president?" Tur asked.
"I think they may," Nunberg said. "I think that he may have done something during the election. But I don't know that for sure."
"Why do you think that?" asked Tur.
"I can't explain it unless you were in there," he said. "The way they ask questions about anything I heard after I was fired from the campaign to the general election to even November 1 it insinuated to me that he may have done something. And he may very well have."
"I'm not interested in handing all of my e-mails over that I communicated with Steve Bannon and with other people and with Roger Stone. I'm not interested in it. I'm not interested in them insinuating that Roger did something bad," Nunberg also said.
Watch the full interview, courtesy of MSNBC: