During a contentious exchange with Leslie Stahl of CBS News, Leslie Stahl first argued with Trump over the purported Hunter Biden laptop, saying multiple times “it can’t be verified.”
Stahl then defended Biden after Trump said Biden has “gone into hiding for five days.”
Stahl fired back “Well he’s preparing for your debate.”
TRUMP: "What can't be verified?"
STAHL: "The laptop!"
TRUMP: "Why do you say that?"
STAHL: "Because it can't be verified."
TRUMP: "The family, on the laptop — He's gone into hiding for five days."
STAHL: "Well he's preparing for your debate." pic.twitter.com/sfOj8AgyMx
— Daily Caller (@DailyCaller) October 22, 2020
Statement from fame Lt. Tony Bobulinski – a business associate of Hunter Biden – obtained by @FoxNews
— John Roberts (@johnrobertsFox) October 22, 2020
According to Fox report Tuesday, documents obtained appear to show the son of Joe Biden’s signature on the paperwork from the Delaware computer repair shop where Hunter reportedly dropped off his laptop.
In addition, Biden’s name is the “bill to” section of the document, that shows a cost of $85.
Fox News reported additional documents showing the FBI paperwork that shows their interaction with the owner of “The Mac Shop.”
Appearing on Fox News with Leland Vittert, Biden surrogate Jenna Arnold did not deny that the alleged Hunter Biden emails from the controversial NY Post story are his.
After a lengthy back and forth, Fox host Vittert said “You still haven’t answered the fundamental question, which is, can anyone say that these emails are inauthentic and so far I haven’t heard anybody say that.”
“Yeah I think that’s fair” Arnold admitted before adding “I don’t think anybody is saying they are inauthentic.”