Federal agents have reportedly raided the Manhattan apartment of Rudy Giuliani, former New York City Mayor and attorney for President Donald Trump.
Feds raid Giuliani’s apartment
While officials did not comment publicly on the search, Rudy’s lawyer Robert Costello announced that at 6 A.M. on Wednesday, April 28, federal investigators seized electronic devices in the residence as part of an investigation into Giuliani.
The investigation, which has reportedly been ongoing for months prior to the raid, is related to allegations that Rudy violated lobbying rules during his efforts to expose wrongdoing by the Biden family in Ukraine.
Giuliani has previously denied that he committed any crime and has not yet commented personally on the raid that took place this morning.