A day and a half ago, no one outside of D.C. politics would have been able to tell you who Sam Nunberg was. But, as is often the case with the White House these days, the former Trump aide became the king of the news cycle in the blink of an eye.

Monday, Nunberg hopped from one interview to another dropping bombshell after bombshell about the Trump administration. He also vowed to defy a subpoena from special prosecutor Robert Mueller as part of the investigation into Russian interference with the 2016 presidential election. The spectacle went as far as CNN’s Erin Burnett telling Nunberg on air that she smelled alcohol on his breath. But still, the interviews continued.

Jill Abramson, former executive editor at the New York Times and currently a senior lecturer at Harvard University, and Tina Opie, an assistant professor of management at Babson College, joined Greater Boston to discuss Nunberg's marathon interviews. They also discussed whether the media crossed a line into, as one outlet put it, “scandal porn.”