Rudy Giuliani has made his first public interview after the FBI raided his home.
Giuliani was interviewed by Tucker Carlson and broke down the entire raid from beginning to end.
According to Giuliani, the raid started at 6:00 AM where he was met by 7 FBI agents with a search warrant.
The search began immediately and FBI agents gathered up all the cellphones and laptops in his house.
Giuliani then said he turned to the FBI agents and showed them three hard drives and asked the agents if they wanted them.
FBI agents proceeded to ask “what are they” to which Giuliani responded Hunter Biden’s hard drives.
The FBI agents then declined to take them.
Take a listen to Giuliani himself:
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Giuliani also told Carlson what the warrant was for and was quoted saying “The search warrant is on one single failure to file for representing a Ukrainian national or official that I never represented”.
He then denied ever representing a Ukrainian national or official before the United States government.
Fox News covered the big interview, see what they had to share:
Rudy Giuliani joined “Tucker Carlson Tonight” Thursday for his first television interview since the FBI raided his New York City apartment and seized the former New York City mayor’s electronic devices in connection with a probe of whether he violated the law by lobbying the Trump administration on behalf of Ukrainian officials.
Giuliani recalled being woken by a loud “bang” at 6 a.m. Wednesday and being greeted by seven FBI agents at his door with a search warrant.
“I looked at the warrant, and I said, ‘You know, this is extraordinary because I offered to give these to the government and talk it over with them for two years,'” he told host Tucker Carlson.
The agents remained in Giuliani’s apartment for nearly two hours, seizing several electronic devices, including laptops and cell phones, the former Trump attorney said.
Federal authorities are investigating whether Giuliani violated the Foreign Agent Registration Act (FARA) by failing to report his alleged activities on behalf of Ukraine to the Justice Department. Giuliani has denied any wrongdoing.
“The search warrant is on one single failure to file for representing a Ukrainian national or official that I never represented,” he told Tucker.
“I never represented a Ukrainian national or official before the United States government. I’ve declined it several times. I’ve had contracts in countries like Ukraine. In the contract is a clause that says I will not engage in lobbying or foreign representation. I don’t do it because I felt it would be too compromising.”
Giuliani also noted the FBI’s apparent disinterest in the electronic hard drives from Hunter Biden’s laptop, which he said technically “fall within the scope of the subpoena.”
In case you missed the full interview, you can watch it here: