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>> This is a sight he said we wouldn't see. Former Trump campaign aide Sam Nunberg arriving at federal court on Friday, where he is testifying to a grand jury as part of Special Counsel Robert Mueller's investigation into Russian meddling in the 2016 US presidential election. Nunberg doing a complete 180 from Monday, when he unleashed bizarre rantings on multiple cable new channels saying, he refused to comply with Mueller's subpoena, but softening his stance later in the day.
Nunberg, a protege of long-time political strategist Roger Stone, started working for then businessman Trump in 2011, making him one of his earliest political advisers. But he was fired from Trump's presidential campaign in August of 2015. Nunberg, so chatty earlier in the week, refusing to address cameras about his testimony as he entered the courthouse Friday.