• Miranda Devine says 'unusual' Hunter Biden email may have contained inf

    From Johnny@21:1/5 to All on Thu Jan 26 08:45:40 2023
    By Fox News Staff
    Published January 25, 2023

    With questions still largely unanswered from the White House on
    President Biden's possession of classified documents, many lawmakers
    and reporters are hoping to find out who had access to the materials at
    the president's Delaware home. New York Post columnist Miranda Devine
    argued Wednesday on "The Brian Kilmeade Show" that an "unusual" Hunter
    Biden email about Ukraine policy suggests the president's son may have
    used the classified information while doing business in the country.

    MIRANDA DEVINE: There's an email on his laptop that basically looks
    very much like it came from a classified briefing. At least, it has the
    flavor of an official briefing, perhaps a classified one. I think Ron
    Johnson said it looks like the sort of briefing that he got, a
    classified briefing he got as a senator when he went to foreign
    countries. And it's a very uncharacteristic email for Hunter. It's
    unlike anything else. Well-written, very lengthy. It's 1,300 words.
    It's very detailed. It has a lot of information in it, very strategic geopolitical information about Ukraine. It lists 22 points about
    Ukraine, about its political situation, about the upcoming election.
    This was in 2014 when his father was vice president, and it also
    predicted that Russia would escalate. It also predicted that the U.S.
    would apply sanctions very confidently. And so you wonder where does
    Hunter Biden get this information?


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