Rudy Giuliani’s son blasted the FBI on Wednesday for searching his father’s apartment and law office, claiming that the warrant was signed by a judge named by former President Barack Obama.

“This is disgusting. This is absolutely absurd. And it’s the continued politicization of the Justice Department, as we have seen,” Andrew Giuliani said outside his father’s swank Manhattan apartment building on East 66th Street.

“And it has to stop. If this can happen to the former president’s lawyer, this can happen to any American. Enough is enough.”

The raids were reportedly related to an investigation into whether Giuliani illegally lobbied the former Trump administration on behalf of officials and oligarchs in Ukraine, where he traveled while looking for dirt on then-candidate Joe Biden and his son, Hunter.

Andrew — who is considering a run for New York governor — also repeated his dad’s assertion that the feds refused to take copies of Hunter Biden’s computer hard drive that were in Rudy’s possession.

“The only piece of evidence that they did not take up there today was the only piece of incriminating evidence that is in there,” he said.

“And it does not belong to my father. It belongs to the current president’s son.”

Following his brief remarks, Andrew started walking inside when a reporter shouted out that a judge had signed the warrant.

“I’ll answer that. An Obama-era judge signed off on that!” he said.

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