Rudy Giuliani says he sent the sexually explicit materials involving underage girls from Hunter Biden to Delaware State Police
Rudy Giuliani told Newsmax on Tuesday that he sent alleged sexually explicit materials involving underage girls from Hunter Biden to the Delaware State Police.
The text message and photos discussed by Giuliani, a personal lawyer to President Trump and former New York City mayor, appear to have been found in a laptop of hard drive that purportedly belonged to the son of former Vice President Joe Biden, who is now the Democratic presidential nominee.
The materials, said to be obtained by Giuliani earlier this month from a computer shop in Delaware, were first reported by the New York Post last week.
Neither the Biden campaign nor Hunter Biden has denied any other element of the emails story, which up until now had only shed light on the younger Biden’s foreign business ventures and struggle with drugs, though the former vice president has called it part of a “smear campaign.”
The Washington Examiner reached out to the Biden campaign and the Delaware State Police for comment on Giuliani’s latest claims. Reached by phone on Tuesday evening, a representative with the Delaware State Police was unable to confirm or deny whether Giuliani had handed over the materials on Monday as he had claimed.
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