Attorneys for Rudy Giuliani, who served as a personal lawyer to President Donald Trump, claimed privilege on just three of more than 2,220 files seized during an April 28 raid of the former New York City mayor’s home and office, according to a special master’s report published Tuesday.

The court-appointed master, Bracewell partner Barbara Jones, said in the report that she was reserving decision on whether those three materials were covered by attorney-client or other constitutional privileges, which could potentially shield them from government review.

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