“If I were the White House, I would be concerned,” said firmer Trump campaign aides Sam Nunberg.
Appearing on NBC News, Nunberg spoke about the extensive testimony he gave to the Senate Intelligence Committee Friday as part of its investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 election.
“They are doing an exhaustive investigation,” Nunberg said
The investigation, he explained, seems to be “narrowly focused on collusion.”
Nunberg described to NBC News an extensive grilling that lasted over four hours.
NBC News reported:
In the interview with the Senate Intelligence Committee, Nunberg said he was asked about numerous former campaign staff members, the president’s children and other associates including: Roger Stone, Jerome Corsi, Paul Manafort, Michael Flynn, Tom Barrack, Michael Cohen, Steve Bannon, Donald Trump Jr and Eric Trump. He was also asked about Trump’s relationship with Aras Agalarov, a Russian oligarch, and his pop-singer son, Emin, who helped set up the 2016 Trump Tower meeting.
Nunberg said he was not asked about the president’s son-in-law and current White House adviser, Jared Kushner.
Among the other topics raised Friday, Nunberg said, were the 2016 meeting in Trump Tower in New York with Trump Jr, Manafort, Kushner and a Kremlin-connected Russian lawyer offering them the promise of “dirt” on Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton; Trump’s travel to Moscow in 2013 for the Miss Universe pageant; the company’s interest in building a tower in the Russian capital.