Hunter Biden admitted on Friday that the infamous laptop with incriminating information “could” be his in a statement that calls President Joe Biden’s comments into question according to Fox News.
Hunter Biden told CBS’ Tracy Smith “For real, I don’t know,” when questioned about the origin of the laptop during an interview for “CBS Sunday Morning.”
The laptop, which was first reported on last fall by The New York Post, was an item that was labeled by the left as being part of Russian disinformation.
Smith questioned the first son whether the laptop “could” be his to which the headline-making son of the Democratic party leader replied with a definite maybe:
“Of course certainly,” he responded. “It, it, there could be a laptop out there that was stolen from me. It could be that I was hacked.
“It could be that it was the — that it was Russian intelligence. It could be that it was stolen from me.”
Previously, President Biden had to address the laptop and its contents alleging that Hunter leveraged his father’s position and introduced foreign oil executives to the then-vice president.
“Yes. Yes. Yes,” Biden told Fox News’ Peter Doocy on Dec. 22 when asked if he thought the stories about his son were a Russian smear campaign, according to Fox News. “God love ya man. You are a one-horse pony,” Biden said of Doocy’s questions.
During a CBS’ “60 Minutes” interview Biden blamed a “combination of Russia, Giuliani, the president together” saying “It’s a smear campaign.”