The White House's press secretary, Jean-Pierre, refused to answer questions about Hunter Biden's missing laptop. Even though his lawyers asked the government to crush people who report on his actions, she kept mum about it.
Hunter Biden has asked the Delaware Attorney General and the Federal Government to investigate the individuals who shared his private information.
Hunter Biden is also looking into the individuals who shared his private information, such as John Paul Mac Isaac, Stephen K. Bannon, and Jack Maxey.
A reporter asked Jean-Pierre about the arms-length response when the president's son asked the Department of Justice to investigate his father's political enemies.
In response, Biden's lawyers stated that the letters he sent to the media and the computer repair shop where Rudy Giuliani worked were not an acknowledgment of his missing laptop.
🚨NEW: attorney for Hunter Biden tells me letters requesting investigation into the laptop repair store owner, Rudy Guiliani, and others, are NOT an acknowledgment that the laptop is, in fact, Hunter's: pic.twitter.com/RPbksqNR0v
— Jacqui Heinrich (@JacquiHeinrich) February 2, 2023
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