Federal authorities who raided Rudy Giuliani’s Manhattan apartment and office on Wednesday are eyeing the former mayor’s relationship with ex-Ukrainian prosecutor Yuriy Lutsenko, a source familiar with the situation told The Post.
The former mayor’s legal team believes the feds are probing if Giuliani represented Lutsenko in some capacity and therefore violated the foreign agents registration act, the source added.
Lutsenko is named in the search warrants federal investigators executed yesterday at Giuliani’s home and office, according to the source.
A spokesperson for the US Attorney’s Office in the Southern District of New York declined to comment.
Lutsenko, the former prosecutor general of Ukraine, played a central role in former President Donald Trump’s first impeachment and was one of several Ukrainian officials who fed Giuliani potentially damaging information about Trump’s political rivals.
At the same time Giuliani was working with Ukrainian officials to dig up dirt on Joe Biden and Hunter Biden, he also urged