15 Facts About Sam Nunberg


Sam Nunberg was born on June 21,1981 and is an American public affairs consultant based in Manhattan.


Sam Nunberg was a political advisor to Donald Trump's 2016 presidential campaign.


In March 2018, Nunberg was subpoenaed by a grand jury for testimony and documents relating to the Special Counsel's Russia investigation.


Sam Nunberg was born to a Jewish family; his mother was a corporate attorney at Wachtell, Lipton and his father was a real estate attorney who worked with Trump attorney Gerald Schrager.


Sam Nunberg attended the Ramaz School an independent co-educational Modern Orthodox Jewish prep school in the Upper East Side neighborhood of Manhattan.


Sam Nunberg graduated with a BA in History, with a senior thesis titled Re-Analyzing the Historiography of the Effects of Dollar Diplomacy, from McGill University in 2004, where he competed globally with the McGill Debating Union.


Sam Nunberg attended Touro Law Center on Long Island, New York, from 2007 to 2009, graduating in 2009, and was admitted to the New York state bar in 2013.

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Sam Nunberg began working for Trump, as a political and public affairs consultant, in 2011, after Trump decided not to run for president in 2012.


Sam Nunberg assisted in the writing of Trump's 2011 speech at the Conservative Political Action Conference.


Sam Nunberg was rehired for a fourth time by the campaign in April 2015; between then and the beginning of July he was paid $85,139 by the campaign.


Sam Nunberg left the campaign in August, 2015 after continued tensions with Lewandowski.


Trump and Sam Nunberg settled their legal dispute in August 2016.


On March 5,2018, Sam Nunberg spoke to multiple cable news outlets and newspaper reporters without the knowledge of his attorney.


Sam Nunberg said he had been subpoenaed by a grand jury to testify and provide documents relating to Robert Mueller's Russia investigation, including all his email exchanges with Donald Trump, Roger Stone, and eight other people.


Sam Nunberg later backtracked, saying that he would cooperate fully with the subpoena, while expressing frustration at the large amount of documentation requested.