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Following a discussion of others in Trump’s orbit who have been sucked up in the Mueller investigation — including indicted Paul Manafort and Rick Gates — host Reid asked her panel who they would personally target if they were the prosecutor and who might be next.
“Let’s talk about collusion,” Reid proposed. “It’s getting closer, the idea of collusion. Sam Nunberg who has known Donald Trump a long time, he was fired from the campaign, and now he’s talking all kinds of talk.”
During an all-attorney panel on special counsel Robert Mueller’s juggernaut investigation into the Trump White House that has picked up steam with former aide Sam Nunbereg undergoing hours of questions before a grand jury, MSNBC host Joy Reid asked her experts who should be next in Mueller’s hot seat.