Photos from Hunter Biden’s laptop reveal that he drove his father’s Corvette that he recently cited as a secure location for classified documents.
According to the NY Post:
The pictures, obtained from Hunter Biden’s abandoned laptop and verified for authenticity by the Washington Free Beacon on Wednesday, cast doubt on the 80-year-old president’s claims that the top-secret papers discovered in a garage at his 6,850-square-foot Wilmington, Delaware mansion were properly secured.
The snaps, taken on an iPhone camera just outside the president’s home, show Hunter Biden in the driver’s seat of his father’s Goodwood Green-colored 1967 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray convertible in July of 2017.
In the two images, the president’s son can be seen posing in the classic car alongside two girls, whose faces are blurred. One of the passengers appears to be Hunter Biden’s niece, Natalie Biden, the report said, and the other could not be identified.
Hunter, who has leveraged his family name for business deals internationally, was at the very minimum in proximity to the classified documents, and it would raise additional national security concerns if he had access to them.
Last week, when Joe Biden was questioned by Fox’s Peter Doocy, Biden told him that his garage was a secure location because it has a lock; "I'm going to get a chance to speak on all of this, god-willing, soon...My Corvette's in a locked garage, okay? So, it's not like they're sitting out on the street..."
Meanwhile, Joe has reacted to further questions about the numerous improperly stored classified documents from his time as Vice President by either ignoring questions - or ignoring them while laughing at reporters for asking.
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