Trump sure knows how to hire them, doesn’t he? And when former Trump aides go loco, they go loco. In addition to the talk of Nunberg being drunk while he was making the rounds on the media today, he at least verified that he’s on antidepressants. But just what else do we know about Sam Nunberg? What has he been up to since he left the Trump presidency and how much money has he made in his career? And what did he say today that really managed to give Hope Hicks a run for her money (especially after she admitted to telling “white lies” for Trump). So what is Sam Nunberg net worth in 2018? What are Sam Nunberg’s salary/earnings? Read on to find out more.
Sam Nunberg, it turns out, is all of 36 ears old. Sam Nunberg graduated from McGill University in 2004 and attended Touro Law Center, which he graduated from just a few years ago. However, since then Nunberg has had a meteoric rise. He began writing a number of articles for Breitbart, along with Roger Stone, that pilloried Hillary Clinton. His achievements, prior to his serving as a Trump aide, also included serving as part of a student organization attempting to elect Mitt Romney during the 2008 presidential election, and serving as the deputy director of government affairs for the American Center for Law and Justice, a politically conservative, Christian-based nonprofit organization, from August 2009 to January 2011. From 2012 to 2014, Nunberg worked as the director of the Middle East Forum’s Legal Project.
Today, Nunberg fire off a large round of unusually disturbing but also hilarious remarks. Included among these were his statement calling Sara Sanders a “fat slob.” Of course, Nunberg also noted to the media the following:
“Let him arrest me… Mr. Mueller should understand I am not going in on Friday…“I’m not spending 80 hours going over my emails with Roger Stone and Stephen K. Bannon and producing them…Donald Trump won this election on his own. He campaigned his ass off. And there is nobody who hates him more..”
Nunberg has had a rocky career with the Trump presidency. He was fired in 2014 after an unflattering article ran about Trump in Buzzfeed. However, he was rehired in 2015 and seem to hit the ground running, spread quite a bit of media content about Trump. Still, he was fired again after racist remarks he had made about Obama and Al Sharpton surfaced from Facebook posts.
In Michael Wolff’s infamous book “Fire and Fure,” Nunberg is quoted as having said, ““If you can get this idiot elected twice… you would achieve something like immortality in politics.”
Sam Nunberg reportedly got his job for the Trump presidency through Roger Stone.
Since he left the Trump presidency, Sam Nunberg has been certainly been spending some time as the target of additional accusations from the Trump presidency. In fact, Trump reportedly filed a $10 million lawsuit on Nunberg According to Spin:
Trump filed a $10 million lawsuit against him, alleging that he was the source of a memorable New York Post Page Six item about a public shouting match between then-campaign manager Corey Lewandowski—with whom Nunberg had been feuding over the direction of the campaign—and spokeswoman Hope Hicks. In a court filing, Nunberg denied leaking the details to the Post, and also conspicuously used the opportunity to accuse Lewandowski and Hicks of having an affair.
In all, we estimate Sam Nunberg’s net worth to be less than $1 million.