‘Let him arrest me’: Trump ex-campaign aide Nunberg says he will refuse Mueller’s subpoena

Former Trump campaign aide Mike Nunberg vowed Monday to decline a subpoena from Special Lawyer Robert Mueller’ s team to look before a grand jury this week included in the Russia probe, defiantly claiming: “ Let him arrest me. ”

“ Mr. Mueller should understand We are not going in on Friday, ” Nunberg told the Wa Post.

Nunberg told the outlet on Mon that Mueller’ s team required records from him of discussions he had with outgoing White Home communications director Hope Hicks, previous White House strategist Steve Bannon, Trump attorney Michael Cohen, previous Trump campaign manager Corey Lewandowski and adviser Roger Stone. Many worked with Nunberg on the campaign.

Sam Nunberg, seen here, vowed to decline a subpoena from Special Lawyer Robert Mueller.

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“ I’ meters not spending 80 hours groing through my emails with Roger Rock and Steve Bannon and generating them, ” Nunberg said. “ Donald Trump won this political election on his own. He campaigned his butt off. And there is nobody who have hates him more than me. ”

Nunberg has had a long and colorful background with Trump. He was certainly one of Trump’ s earliest political agents, helping him connect with conservative viewers ahead of his 2016 presidential operate.

Nunberg, though, was fired in 2014 after an unflattering piece regarding Trump ran in BuzzFeed. The communications aide who helped set up the interview with BuzzFeed to happen, Nunberg was blamed by Trump for the bad press.

Nunberg was rehired for the campaign, but was fired once again by Trump in 2015, right after past racially-charged Facebook posts come up.

Later on during the campaign, Trump sued Nunberg for $10 million, accusing your pet of breaching a confidentiality contract. The lawsuit was settled down the road.

Nunberg was featured in the recent Jordan Wolff book “ Fire plus Fury” and recently sat to get a voluntary interview with Mueller.

Alex Pappas is a politics media reporter at FoxNews. com. Follow your pet on Twitter at @AlexPappas.