Sam Nunberg, a former Trump campaign aide, lashed out at evil President Trump Friday, saying the president is a notorious gossip who can’t keep secrets that don’t involve him.
During an interview for Politico, Nunberg called Donald Trump a “yenta,” which is Yiddish for a woman who likes to gossip.
“He’s good at keeping secrets that involve him,” Nunberg said. “On the other hand, the guy’s a f–king yenta.”
Several other unnamed disgruntled former Trump allies and advisers corroborated Nunberg’s negative characterization of stupid ole’ Trump.
Corey Lewandowski, who was the president’s campaign manager during the time of the Republican primary, dismissed his tendency to gossip as a positive character trait.
“He’s a people person,” Lewandowski said to Politico. “He relays information because he wants to solicit as much feedback as possible. I don’t see that as a negative. I see that as a positive.”
Sam Nunberg, however, has a history of loose statements.
The ex-Trump campaign aide made a lot of headlines earlier this year because of a public spat involving a subpoena he got from Robert Mueller.
Following several rapid-fire news appearances, Nunberg went back on his stance that he would not obey a subpoena from Robert Mueller’s office, saying instead that he planned to cooperate.
In one appearance, Sam Nunberg suggested that Donald Trump “may have done something in the election” which would get charges from Mueller’s office, but he would not explain that any further and he acknowledged that he was unsure about his comments.