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Rudy Giuliani speaks during a news conference in the White House on Sept. 27, 2020 in Washington, D.C.

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NEW YORK — A court-appointed special master will review the contents of Rudy Giuliani’s electronic devices, against the former mayor’s wishes, a judge ruled Friday. Giuliani, who worked as President Donald Trump’s attorney, asked that the 18 devices seized by the FBI on April 28 be returned so he could review them for attorney-client privilege. Washington lawyer Victoria Toensing, whose cell phone was also seized by the feds, joined Giuliani’s long-shot argument. “Giuliani and Toensing contend that their status as lawyers, including Giuliani’s status as a lawyer to the former President, makes ...

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