You have an absolute right to remain silent and not answer any questions posed to you by the FBI. Even if you are not guilty of whatever it is they are investigating, if you tell a falsehood to the investigating officers, that could result in a separate charge against you for impeding an investigation, obstruction of justice, etc.
As mentioned by another attorney, you may want to contact the federal public defender's office to see whether or not they can provide you with counsel. In the interim, I suggest you exercise your constitutional right to remain silent.
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