Rudy Giuliani was former President Donald Trump’s personal lawyer and the former mayor of New York City

Giuliani’s Manhattan residence on the Upper East Side was raided by federal investigators on Wednesday, NBC reported citing two sources who witnessed the raid unfold. The search warrant was issued as a part of an investigation into Giuliani’s dealings in Ukraine

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Robert Costello, one of Rudy Giuliani’s lawyers said the authorities came to his residence at 6 am and confiscated his electronic devices during their search, as per the Wall Street Journal. The investigators are looking into a possible violation of foreign lobbying rules. In addition to this, the warrant also wanted communications between Giuliani and others.

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Rudy and his estranged wife Judith Nathan Giuliani sold one of their two Palm Beach Condominiums for $3.3 million in 2019, according to the Palm Beach Post. Back in 2010, Rudy and his wife paid a whopping $1.41 million for the 5D in the lakefront Southlake building, 315 S. Lake Drive.

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They own another condo as per courthouse documents in Palm Beach Towers, 44 Cocoanut Row, No. 127B, as per the Palm Beach Post. Celebrity Net Worth says that Rudy Giuliani’s net worth is approximately $45 million. 

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