Nunberg: Trump Should've Listened To Roger Stone, Had Bill Clinton's Illegitimate Black Child At Debate


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.

Nunberg lamented that Trump did not listen to his mentor Roger Stone's idea that he invite the parents of the Benghazi victims and Bill Clinton's illegitimate black child to the presidential debates. Both were fired from the campaign well before Trump won the Republican nomination for president.

Trump held a panel with a slew of women who accused Bill Clinton of sexual assault over the years prior to the second presidential debate with the Democratic party nominee for president Hillary Clinton. Kathleen Willey, Juanita Broaddrick, Paula Jones told their stories to reporters only hours before the St. Louis debate.

Tur stopped Nunberg from going further after he brought up the scandalous notion that Clinton has an illegitimate black child.

"And as you remember, when you covered that campaign, Katy, Roger and me were treated terribly and trust me we weren't colluding with Trump," Nunberg said. "It wasn't some smart idea we had for us to be fired and then we would get the e-mails from Russia. If Roger and me were there, Katy, we would have had the Benghazi parents there, at the first debate, we would have had Bill Clinton's illegitimate black child there at the second debate and we would have had the women there."

"Sam, Sam, hold on," Tur interrupted.

Watch the full interview, courtesy of MSNBC:

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