Rudy Giuliani reportedly told the FBI that he was “under no obligation to tell the truth” while campaigning for Donald Trump, according to The Washington Post.
Former Trump attorney Rudy Giuliani admitted to the FBI that he lied during media appearances about members within the agency feeding him dirt on investigations into Hillary Clinton.
Citing transcripts of Giuliani’s FBI interviews, The Post reported that Giuliadmitted to the FBI that he lied during media appearances about members within the agency feeding him dirt on investigations into Hillary Clinton and argued that he could be completely cavalier with the truth while campaigning to support Trump’s candidacy.
“There’s no obligation to tell the truth,” Giuliani told FBI agents of his decision to “throw a fake” and concoct information that the FBI was supposedly giving him about Clinton during the 2016 presidential campaign.
Federal agents interrogated Giuliani in 2018 when the agency was investigating whether any of its agents improperly leaked information to the former New York mayor who is now best known for his failed efforts to help former President Donald Trump overturn the results of the 2020 election.
As noted by The Post, “Giuliani’s public credibility has suffered significantly since 2016 and is under investigation by federal prosecutors in New York for his dealings with Ukrainian figures in the run-up to the 2020 election, and his license to practice law has been suspended in New York and D.C. over his unfounded claims of fraud in the 2020 presidential election.”
Read the entire report at The Washington Post.