Hunter Biden talked about a family intervention and a laptop computer’s mysterious case in an upcoming CBS Sunday Morning interview.
According to Hunter, who has written an autobiography, the emotional event included storming out of his father’s home and later being confronted and hugged by his dad in the driveway.
The intervention took place during Biden’s presidential campaign.
The laptop story was featured in a piece by the New York Post. It came after other news organizations declined pitches from the Trump campaign regarding the computer’s contents.
Trump mentioned the laptop during a debate with the former vice president.
The family has been open in discussing Hunter’s history of substance abuse. Hunter was discharged from the Navy Reserve after a positive test for cocaine.
The computer was dropped at the now-closed Mac Shop in Wilmington’s Trolley Square neighborhood. and is now believed to be in the possession of the U.S. Attorney’s office for Delaware, headed by David Weiss.
Unlike nearly all attorneys appointed during the Donald Trump administration, Weiss retained his position due to an ongoing investigation of Hunter Biden.
John Paul Mac Isaac, the shop’s legally blind owner, said a laptop bearing a sticker from his later brother’s Beau Biden Foundation was dropped off at the business. Hunter Biden did not respond to a request to pick up the machine, he claimed.
The laptop was said to have been picked later by an associate of Trump lawyer Rudy Giuliani and turned over to law enforcement.
A social media report, later found to be false, claimed Isaac was found dead.
Hunter said he did not know whether the computer was dropped off, stolen, or, as some have suggested, was part of a Russian effort to influence the election in Trump’s favor.
Click on the photo below for a link to excerpts of the interview.
Hunter Biden opens up about family intervention and addresses laptop reports https://t.co/VfT3ZQAuks
— Doug Rainey (@DelBizNow) April 2, 2021