Former Trump campaign adviser Sam Nunberg said on Monday that he would be willing to testify before the House Intelligence Committee after ranking Democrat Adam SchiffAdam Bennett SchiffOvernight Hillicon Valley — Hacking goes global Schiff calls on Amazon, Facebook to address spread of vaccine misinformation Spotlight turns to GOP's McCarthy in Jan. 6 probe MORE (Calif.) called for him to appear.
"I would go there, sure," Nunberg told CNN's Erin Burnett after she asked him whether he would be willing to appear before the committee.
In an eyebrow-raising series of media appearances, Nunberg said Monday that he would not comply with special counsel Robert MuellerRobert (Bob) MuellerSenate Democrats urge Garland not to fight court order to release Trump obstruction memo Why a special counsel is guaranteed if Biden chooses Yates, Cuomo or Jones as AG Barr taps attorney investigating Russia probe origins as special counsel MORE's subpoena, requesting communications with senior Trump campaign and administration officials.
"I won't sit for 80 hours to produce every e-mail I had with Roger StoneRoger Jason StoneRoger Stone served with Capitol riot lawsuit during radio interview Lawyer for 17 Jan. 6 defendants says he's been released from hospital Democrats' Jan. 6 subpoena-palooza sets dangerous precedent MORE and Steve BannonStephen (Steve) Kevin BannonHouse panel probing Jan. 6 attack seeks Trump records Has Trump beaten the system? Trump discussed pardoning Ghislaine Maxwell: book MORE," Nunberg reiterated on CNN.
He delivered a slew of insults toward figures such as White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders, Mueller, former campaign manager Corey LewandowskiCorey LewandowskiBiden White House moves to oust Trump appointees from advisory boards Trump budget chief refuses to resign from Naval Academy board Trump super PAC promoting Susan Wright ahead of Texas House runoff MORE and even President TrumpDonald TrumpOhio Republican who voted to impeach Trump says he won't seek reelection Youngkin breaks with Trump on whether Democrats will cheat in the Virginia governor's race Trump endorses challenger in Michigan AG race MORE himself.
Despite news anchors asking Nunberg whether he was afraid of going to jail for defying Mueller's subpoena, Nunberg said he was not bothered by the idea.
“I think it would be funny if they arrested me,” he said earlier in an interview with NBC News.
Speculation has swirled around whether Nunberg's bizarre media blitz on Monday was a result of substance abuse.
Burnett said during the interview that she smelled alcohol on Nunberg's breath.
"I have not had a drink," he said, adding that he had taken antidepressants.
Nunberg said his lawyer was not aware of the interviews until Nunberg took part in them.