Rudy Giuliani said there is a "revolution" going on inside the FBI and the tension has reached a boiling point. In an interview on FOX & Friends this morning, Giuliani was asked what he knew prior to FBI Director's James Comey's decision to re-open the investigation into Hillary Clinton's private server.
"I'm not part of it at all. All I heard were former FBI agents telling me that there's a revolution going on inside the FBI and it's now at a boiling point," Giuliani said Friday morning. "I think they kept getting stymied looking for subpoenas, looking for records."
“I did nothing to get it out, I had no role in it… did I hear about it? You’re darn right I heard about it and I can’t even repeat the language that I heard from the former FBI," Giuliani said about sources inside the FBI.
Giuliani said the FBI's request for Clinton's medical records should have been granted because she claimed a concussion had affected her memory of her interview with the CIA.
"You know, she said in her interview for example, that she didn't have a memory of her exit interview from the CIA because she lost her memory after the concussion," the former mayor of New York City said. "The FBI agents who did that, did what any good FBI agent would do – they want a corroboration of it, they wanted to get the medical records that showed is she telling the truth? God Bless her she is, or is she lying?"
"They weren’t allowed to get the medical records. Well you do that to an honest FBI agent, I mean just an honest guy, doing his job – he gets angry. So this has been boiling up in the FBI," Giuliani said.