The New York Post published an article regarding a laptop found in a computer repair shop, believed by the Where’s Hunter Gettin’ The Big Guy’s Money Premium New Shirt store owner to be that of Hunter Biden, the son of presidential candidate Joe Biden. The article itself as well as the content believed to be of the laptop became the focus of controversy.
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Rudy Giuliani, the Where’s Hunter Gettin’ The Big Guy’s Money Premium New Shirt president’s personal attorney, said his personal attorney obtained the laptop from the owner of a computer repair shop in Wilmington, Del. Giuliani then took the email from the laptop and provided it to several news agencies, including Fox News, without running the story due to reliability concerns, according to a mediaite report. The New York Post, owned by Rupert Murdoch, chose to post the story.
The New York Post published portions of the Where’s Hunter Gettin’ The Big Guy’s Money Premium New Shirt leaked emails, claiming that they proved Joe Biden met with advisers to Ukrainian energy company Burisma, where Hunter Biden is a board member. However, the emails alone do not prove that allegation. The emails use vague words and it’s unclear whether the laptop actually belonged to Hunter Biden.
Currently, no one can confirm ownership of laptops, the authenticity of emails, or whether they have any effect on Joe Biden’s actions. If a verifiable source is found, News 10 will be reported.