Former Trump aide Sam Nunberg, who announced he will defy a Mueller subpoena, denies that he’s been drinking. His exaggerated, jerky motions are one thing, but he smells…
An alcohol addiction can impair the decision-making process overall, beyond the specific time frame in which one is drinking. Making bad decisions can become a habit and alcohol can make the results easier to ignore, particularly in the short term. But the rest of the world isn’t drunk and at some point the day of reckoning comes.
Sam Nunberg, the former Trump campaign aide who is defying a subpoena by the Chief Inquisitor, Robert Mueller to come to confession and bring the records of everyone he’s had contact with in the last two years, seems to have reached that day. Alcohol may have played a role in his decision to challenge Mueller, but that fact is not likely to make things any easier on him when they go after him. [[VIDEO BELOW]]
During his CNN interview, Erin Burnett closes by referencing an earlier conversation she had with Nunberg in which they discussed that people in the White House were of the opinion that he may be on drugs or alcohol. Nunberg acknowledges that that conversation took place, and takes a nervous drink of coffee.
Burnett tells him, “Talking to you, I have smelled alcohol on your breath.” He’s replies, “Well, I have not had a drink,” with body language reminiscent of James Clapper lying when he’s cornered. Nunberg clearly has been drinking, and perhaps the rumors are true. His exaggerated, jerky motions belie his denials.
She gives him the opportunity to categorically deny he’s been drinking, asking, “You haven’t had a drink today?” When it gets to the point that you’re being questioned about your drunkenness during a television interview, it’s time to get to an AA meeting. I replies, “I have not,” again, with the same Clapper style tells that he’s lying.
Burnett asks, “Anything else?” He replies, “No, no, besides my meds, anti-depressants. Is that okay?” He follows that admission up with a statement that, “They can say whatever they want. I don’t really care, and then, red-faced from the booze, goes on to call the Trump team pathetic, saying they can say whatever they want about him.
Mueller will most certainly pursue Nunberg if he defies the subpoena, given the publicity and the opportunity for more pressure under the threat of prosecution Nunberg is giving him. He can expect a vigorous attack, with Mueller’s hatchet man, Andrew Weissmann, in the lead.
We’ve watched as this guy has self-destructed in front of the entire country in a single day. He’s got absolutely no credibility and no career, whatever it was, remaining. He needs to get some help and has a lot more to be concerned with than merely not feeling it appropriate to be forced to collect his emails.
His head may actually be in such a fog that he can’t comply, may not have the mental ability to do that simple task. He’s going to have to go through some hard times before things get better for him. Some of that time may, unfortunately, be behind bars.
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