Andrew Giuliani, the son of Rudy Giuliani spoke to a Russian media outlet recently and made the bold statement since his father’s residence and office were raided by the FBI last month, Americans no longer want to even live in this country.
Giuliani spoke to state-owned Russia Today, where he said that people on both sides of the political spectrum have told him that the way the Department of Justice treated his father has made them rethink their choice to reside in this country.
He told reporter Scottie Nell Hughes, “So it’s been people who have been very strong Trump supporters and some who have not been Trump supporters. They don’t want to live in a country where you’re going to have a Justice Department that is going to politicize something to the point where a former president’s personal counsel is going actually be spied on by the Justice Department.”
Despite the fact that the FBI obtained search warrants for the raids, Giuliani also claimed that his father’s iCloud account had been “hacked.”
He said, “It’s absolutely absurd to think that the President of the United States’ lawyer, where they have privileged information between the two of them, that iCloud account would be hacked into by the Department of Justice is absolutely absurd. When that can happen to the President’s attorney that can happen to anyone of us.”
Giuliani went on to say that his father did have in his possession at least one piece of criminal evidence – “Hunter Biden’s hard drive.”
He called out the Post, the Times, and others, adding that “they used to have a good reputation of reporting the news,” but that over the past decade and certainly over the past five years—they pushed narratives.” He said American media “needed to back off.”
Because of the politically sensitive nature of the case, the FBI’s investigation of the home and office of the former mayor of New York and personal attorney to former President Trump is reported to have been signed off on at the highest level of government. Rudy Giuliani is being investigated for his part in an alleged unregistered lobbying on behalf of Ukraine.
According to recently published court filings, Rudy Giuliani will be represented by Arthur Aidala and Barry Camins, the former lawyers of disgraced movie mogul Harvey Weinstein.