LAUGHABLE: During Interview, Hunter Biden Finally Admits Famous Laptop COULD Be His (VIDEO)

Hunter Biden did an interview with CBS News that’s going to air this weekend.

In one segment that has already been shared on social media, he is asked about the well-known laptop computer that caused such a stir before the election.

He admits that it could be his, it might be his, but he also suggests maybe it was a Russian plot too.

Just hilarious stuff. Who does he think he’s kidding?

The Federalist reports:

Hunter Biden Admits Infamous Laptop Could ‘Certainly’ Be His — But Also Blames The Russians

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Hunter Biden admitted that the laptop containing troves of emails and pictures related to his shady foreign business dealings and history of drug addiction could “certainly” be his.

In an interview with “CBS Sunday Morning” about his new book, Hunter explained he didn’t definitively know if the water-damaged MacBook Pro laptop abandoned at a Delaware repair shop belonged to him, but he left the possibility open, saying it could “certainly” be his.

“You don’t know, yes or no, if the laptop was yours?” CBS’s Tracy Smith asked in a clip of the interview set to air on Sunday.

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“I don’t know,” Hunter said, before clarifying that “of course, certainly” it could have belonged to him. “There could be a laptop out there that was stolen from me.”

See the video below:

Oh please, Hunter…

How ridiculous.


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