Former Trump’s attorney and New York Mayor Rudy Guiliani is speaking out about his experience during the FBI’s raid on his Manhattan apartment. While the agents were “very professional and very gentlemanly,” they refused to accept the hard drives that Giuliani claims have evidence against Hunter Biden.
Giuliani recounted his version of events to Fox News:
Well, about 6 o’clock in the morning, there was a big bang, bang, bang on the door, and outside were seven — seven — FBI agents with a warrant for electronics.
And I looked at the warrant, and I said, this is extraordinary because I have offered to give these to the government and talk it over with them for two years. I don’t know why they have to do this.
The agents seemed somewhat apologetic, I might say. They were very, very professional and very gentlemanly. The only time they got perturbed is at the end of the search, when they had taken about, I would say, seven or eight electronic items of mine, which is what they took, and two of someone else’s.
I — they weren’t taking the three hard drives, which, of course, are electronic devices. They just mimic the computer. I said, well, don’t you want these? And they said, What are they?
I said Those are Hunter Biden’s hard drives.
And they said. No, no, no, no, no.
I said, Are you sure you don’t want them?
The warrant required them to take it. And they said, No, no.
And I — one last time, I said, Don’t you think you should take it to – and they said, No.
Guiliani said he was amazed that the agents wouldn’t take the hard drives.
I mean, they could have been Donald Trump’s. They could have been Vladimir Putin’s. They could have been anybody’s. But they relied on me, the man who had to be raided in the morning, because I’m — what, I’m going to destroy the evidence? I have known this for two years, Tucker.