A new book from Maggie Haberman, titled, Confidence Man: The Making of Donald Trump and the Breaking of America, reveals a somewhat unusual incident - involving Hunter Biden - that took place as the White House was transitioning from Donald Trump's presidency to Joe Biden's.
To be clear, the incident didn't involve Hunter Biden directly, but indirectly: It involved photographs of Hunter Biden.
According to Haberman's book, the incident took place during the final days of Trump's administration. And, it involved not only photographs of Hunter Biden but John McEntee, who, at the time, was the Director of the Presidential Personnel Office.
Haberman, in her book, according to the Washington Examiner, claims that McEntee "broke a White House air conditioning unit by stuffing several photos of Hunter Biden into it."
More specifics about the situation have not been provided. But, Haberman relates this story in a part of the book that claims to detail how members of the Trump White House tried to make life difficult for the incoming members of the Biden administration.
As we know, although the Trump administration is gone, Hunter Biden continues to make life difficult for the Biden administration to this day.
As for Haberman's book, though, it is set to be released this week. The billing states, "From the Pulitzer-Prize-winning New York Times reporter who has defined Donald J. Trump's presidency like no other journalist, Confidence Man is a magnificent and disturbing reckoning that chronicles his life and its meaning from his rise in New York City to his tortured post-presidency."
The former president, as you can imagine, doesn't think much of it, just as he hasn't thought much of Haberman.
Trump recently put out a message, saying:
Here we go again! Another Fake book is out, this one, supposedly very boring and stale, by self appointed head case, Failing (unfunded liability!) New York Times writer, Maggie Hagerman. In it she tells many made up stories, with zero fact checking or confirmation by anyone who would know, like me.