Items seized from Eric Adams chief fundrais­er’s FBI home raid revealed: Report

The Fed­er­al Bureau of Inves­ti­ga­tion took iPhones, lap­tops, binders, and fold­ers from New York City May­or Eric Adams’s chief fundrais­er’s home dur­ing a raid on Thurs­day.
FBI agents report­ed­ly took three iPhones from Bri­an­na Sug­gs’s home, along with two lap­tops, sev­er­al papers, a “mani­la fold­er labeled Eric Adams,” and a num­ber of “con­tri­bu­tion card binders,” per the New York Times.
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It was report­ed Thurs­day that Adams had abrupt­ly can­celed sev­er­al items on his sched­ule, includ­ing a meet­ing with senior White House offi­cials on the migrant cri­sis in New York after he had already depart­ed the city. He returned to New York right away, which he lat­er said was because of the raid on Sug­gs and the inves­ti­ga­tion.
Accord­ing to a war­rant obtained by the New York Times, agents believed some for­eign con­tri­bu­tions to Adams’s cam­paign could have been made as part of a donor scheme under the na …