TUCKER CARLSON (HOST): Is there anybody who, if the Justice Department was out for you, and they've got every text you've ever sent, and every email, that they couldn't find something to charge you with? Do you think this is gonna remain a FARA investigation, or could it get much bigger quickly?
RUDY GIULIANI (GUEST): Well, I think it should get much bigger. I think they should be investigated for blatantly violating my constitutional rights, the President's constitutional rights.
In the middle of the impeachment defense, they invaded -- without telling me -- my iCloud. They took documents that are privileged, and then they unilaterally decided what they could read and not read.
So the prosecutors, the Justice Department, spied on me, and that is -- if that is not taken seriously, if that doesn't result in their being sanctioned, the case being dismissed, and it stopping, this is no longer a free -- we might as well be in, you know, East Berlin before the wall fell.
This is -- this is tactics only known in a dictatorship, where you -- you seize a lawyer's records right in the middle of his representation of his client. They -- I mean -- you -- you should be prosecuted and disbarred for that. You shouldn't be prosecuting somebody else.
CARLSON: I agree -- I agree with that. I agree with that, uncritically agree with that.