Well, that escalated quickly.
Former Trump aide Sam Nunberg called into both MSNBC and CNN today to talk about his refusal to comply with a subpoena issued to him in connection with Robert Mueller's investigation. In two jaw-dropping interviews that stunned the political world (and probably Nunberg's lawyer), Nunberg, who was fired by the Trump campaign in August 2015, revealed he had no plans to cooperate with Mueller — a stunt that will most likely end up with him in jail.
Besides complaining about how much time it would take him to dig through his emails (as the subpoena requires), he also let it drop that Mueller may have something on Trump, though he was unable to identify precisely what that was. Hmm.