Rudy Giuliani: FBI Raid Evidence ‘Exculpatory’ of Innocence

The FBI raided the residence of former President Donald Trump’s personal attorney Rudy Giuliani, who says electronic evidence they already have, were already offered, and ultimately will be “exculpatory” of innocence for any crime for which they might be hunting.

“I’ve known about this for two years, Tucker,” Giuliani told Fox News’ “Tucker Carlson Tonight” of a potential raid, also noting in the interview his iCloud account was “unconstitutionally” raided during his defense of Trump during the impeachment trial.

“I could have destroyed the evidence, but I didn’t destroy the evidence because the evidence is exculpatory. It proves the president and I and all of us are innocent.

“They are the ones who are committing — it’s like projection — they’re committing the crimes.”

Among the crimes the former New York City mayor alleges is an “illegal” warrant for this week’s raid of his apartment and the raid of his iCloud account during the impeachment trial after Trump left office.

“They should be investigated for blatantly violating my constitutional rights, the president’s constitutional rights,” Giuliani told Carlson. “In the middle of the impeachment defense, they invaded, without telling me, my iCloud. They took documents that are privileged, and they unilaterally decided what they could read and not read.