It’s not just Ukraine. Justice Department investigators have asked questions about Rudy Giuliani’s work connected to Romania, according to two people familiar with the probe into former President Donald Trump’s personal lawyer.
Last month, FBI agents raided Giuliani’s New York City apartment and office to seize phones and computers as part of an investigation of whether Giuliani violated the law in his work for foreign entities, including the Foreign Agents Registration Act.
Ukraine and Romania are not the only countries outside the U.S. where Giuliani has found business. The former mayor was a partner at a law firm, Bracewell & Giuliani, that had an office in Kazakhstan.
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Federal investigators are looking for information beyond Rudy Giuliani’s Ukraine work, which means the probe has taken a wider lens than previously known. https://t.co/tRUlhyGw04
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