In a pair of interview clips released on Friday, Hunter Biden claimed that he did not know whether the laptop first reported by the New York Post during the presidential campaign was his laptop, and revealed that his father was worshipped. President Den has chased his family. He tried to escape the driveway during the intervention.
These clips are from young Biden’s interviews with Anthony Mason on “CBS This Morning” and Tracy Smith on “CBS Sunday Morning.”
Hunter Biden said in response to Smith’s question: “Actually, I don’t know.” His.
“I really don’t know,” Hunter repeated. “I don̵
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When asked if it was “probably” his laptop, Hunter Biden replied: “Of course. Indeed, there may be a laptop stolen by me. It may be that I was hacked. It may be because Yes-this is Russian intelligence. It is likely that it was stolen by me.”
At least to some extent, Hunter Biden’s answer contradicts President Biden’s comments made in December last year. He believes that the laptop and the information on the laptop are the product of the Russian smear campaign.
“Yes. Yes. Yes.” Biden told him on December 22 when he was asked if Peter Doocy of Fox News believed the laptop was false information in Russia. “God loves you. You are a pony.”
In an interview with CBS, Hunter Biden delved into how his family solved his addiction problem, including telling a story when his father chased him down the family driveway to prevent him Leave to intervene.
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“And your father chased you?” Mason of CBS asked Biden.
“Yes, because I tried to enter—I tried to drive,” Hunter replied. “Then my girl literally blocked my car door. Please say,’Dad, daddy, please. You can’t. No, no.” This is the hardest part of the book. “
“He hugged me,” Hunter continued, referring to his father. “He caught me, hugged a bear, and then he said-just crying and said,’I don’t know what to do. I don’t know what to do. Please-‘”
At that time, Hunter Biden told CBS that he tried to appreciate this gesture because of his control of addiction.
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Biden said: “I thought,’I need to find a way to tell him what I want to do so that I can get hit again.”
He added: “This is the only thing I can think of. Literally, how powerful it is. I don’t know what power is stronger than the love of my family. Except for addiction.”
According to CBS, all in-depth interviews that will be broadcast on Sunday and Monday will also include information about the Department of Justice’s investigation of Hunter Biden and more.
The interview was conducted before the publication of Hunter’s book “Beautiful Things” later this month. President Biden has said that he supports his son’s book deal.
Peter Doocy of Fox News contributed to this report.