Nunberg: I would go before House Intel Committee
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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 SchiffOn The Money: Trump leaves GOP in turmoil with shutdown looming | Trump names Mulvaney acting chief of staff | China agrees to 3-month freeze of auto tariffs | Dem to seek Deutsche Bank records of Trump's personal finances Schiff plans to obtain Deutsche Bank records of Trump's personal finances The Hill's Morning Report — Trump maintains his innocence amid mounting controversies 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 Swan MuellerSasse: US should applaud choice of Mueller to lead Russia probe 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 challenges Dems to produce WikiLeaks evidence Google chief defends company during Capitol Hill grilling Alex Jones heckles Google CEO heading into House hearing MORE and Steve BannonStephen (Steve) Kevin BannonHillicon Valley: Ecuador says 'road is clear' for Assange to leave embassy | Panel questioned Bannon on Cambridge Analytica | Trump aide says US knew about arrest of Huawei exec | Judges grill DOJ lawyers on AT&T merger appeal CIA, climate scientists, and Mueller all show limits of Trump’s authority Don’t get too excited: The US-China truce will be short-lived 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 R. LewandowskiChris Christie declines White House chief of staff role The Hill's Morning Report — Trump maintains his innocence amid mounting controversies Trump says he's down to five candidates for chief of staff MORE and even President TrumpDonald John TrumpBiden, Sanders lead field in Iowa poll The Memo: Cohen fans flames around Trump Memo Comey used to brief Trump on dossier released: report 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.