FIRST ON FOX: New book traces three laptops belonging to President by Biden son, Hunter Biden, and their various chains of custody in the midst of masters and young Biden’s banter with prostitutes.
Fox News has obtained an exclusive excerpt from POLITICO’s national political correspondent Ben Schrekinger’s new book, “The Bidens: Inside the First Family’s Fifty-Year Rise to Power”.
The excerpt from Chapter 1, “The Czechov Laptop”, details how the trio of young Biden’s laptops ended up in Delaware, and how whoever went for “data recovery” in the John Paul Mac Isaac’s computer repair shop in the state has sparked international controversy.
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Returning to the FBI’s first foray into the investigation of the current president’s son under President Trump and Hunter’s noses, Schrekinger talks about Trump’s former personal lawyer Rudy Giuliani who broke into the youngster’s Ukrainian business relationship. Biden.
Addressing young Biden’s “prolonged crack frenzy” with drug dealers and prostitutes through the “seedy motels along I-95” that dot the Connecticut countryside, the author launches into the controversy over the laptops that clouded the launch of the 2020 presidential campaign.
This is when John Paul Mac Isaac says that Hunter brought three other laptops, MacBook Pros, including one with a sticker for the Beau Biden Foundation, to Mac Isaac’s computer repair shop in a drab, brick-built mall near Hunter’s home in Wilmington, leaving a behind for data recovery, ”Schrekinger wrote.
Schrekinger also noted that Hunter “recognized that the laptop ‘certainly’ could be his, and that he was not keeping track of his belongings during this period.” He also wrote that Hunter Biden “did not directly ask if he had ever dropped off any material at Mac Isaac’s store, and suggested it may have been hacked instead.”
“A few weeks later, Joe held his campaign launch rally in Philadelphia. His children and grandchildren were there to support him, with one notable exception,” the book read. “Among the assembled Bidens, where Hunter should have been seated a single empty chair.”
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“His presence would be felt early enough in the campaign and would weigh on its final weeks, when the laptop supposed to sit in this lackluster mall became the subject of international controversy,” Schekinger wrote.
“The Bidens: Inside the First Family’s Fifty-Year Rise to Power” hits libraries next week.
Houston Keene is a reporter for Fox News Digital. You can find him on Twitter at @HoustonKeene