Donald Trump lawyer Rudy Giuliani has claimed he repeatedly tried to get federal agents to take the Hunter Biden hard drives in his possession when they raided his apartment, but they refused.
Appearing on Fox News' 'Tucker Carlson Tonight,' Giuliani directly addressed the bombshell story that his New York City apartment was raided by federal authorities this week. While the warrant for the search has not been made public, the investigation reportedly centers on the former mayor's dealings in Ukraine.
While complementing the agents involved in the raid as "very, very professional," Giuliani said they appeared "perturbed" when he asked them to take three hard drives allegedly belonging to Hunter Biden.
"I said, well, don't you want these?" Giuliani recounted. "And they said, 'what are they?' I said 'those are Hunter Biden's hard drives.' And they said, 'no, no, no.' I said, 'are you sure you don't want them?'"
Giuliani claimed he asked them "one last time" to take them and they refused again. All electronics within Giuliani's home were covered by the subpoena, meaning they were "required" to take the harddrives, according to Giuliani.