HUNTER Biden's laptop repairman told Sean Hannity that he "saw material of a very personal nature" on his computer.
The second-son of President Joe Biden allegedly left three Apple laptops at The Mac Shop in April 2019, but never collected them or paid the $85 fee for recovering the data from them.
Mac Issac claims after repeated attempts to contact the client, he made a copy of the hard drive before handing over the laptops to both Rudy Giulaiani, Donald Trump's attorney, and to the FBI last year.
The New York Post began publishing the information in October after Giulani provided the publication with a copy of the hard drive.
The content was revealed after scrutiny over Hunter's job at oil and gas giant Burisma, regarding his father's relationship with Ukraine and subsequent Trump impeachment investigations.
Hunter insists all his affairs were handled "legally and appropriately," while Joe Biden has said he has "never even considered being involved in business with his family, nor in any overseas business whatsoever."
However, in an interview with Sean Hannity aired on Thursday night, Isaac explained what he allegedly saw on Hunter's laptop.
"I saw some pretty compelling documents that definitely showed a pay for play scheme going on between Hunter Biden and his business dealings in Ukraine," he said.
Hannity then pushed that President Biden has claimed that he did not know anything about Hunter's dealings, asking "will the documents you saw contradict that?"
Isaac said: "There was a lot of coordination, I saw a couple of emails coming directly out of the White House to members of Barisma staff.
"Including the Vice President's schedule, any discussions that were going on about Ukraine and policies with Ukraine were being sent directly to Vadim who is the number two at Burisma."
Isaac later claimed: "What I saw was two young men that were definitely capitalizing off of at least one of their father's positions to drum up more value in their efforts to get more money.
"It was definitely a pay-for-play scheme…
"It looked like this would be something that you would want to have a conversation with to another foreign leader about, because this was a lot of money that was exchanging hands, like a lot of money."
He also confirmed that he still has a copy of the hard drive, but when Hannity asked if Isaac would share it with him, he said "I'll have to talk to my attorney about that.
At the end of last night's show, Hannity played a preview of Friday night's show, Isaac said he saw "material of a very personal nature.
"I don't want to obviously go into it, I don't feel comfortable talking about the personal stuff."
In December, it was reported that federal authorities had launched an investigation into whether Hunter had violated tax and money laundering laws in his dealings abroad, chiefly in China.
Joe Biden was not implicated in the probe.
In a statement on December 10, Hunter Biden said: "I learned yesterday for the first time that the U.S. Attorney's Office in Delaware advised my legal counsel, also yesterday, that they are investigating my tax affairs.
"I take this matter very seriously but I am confident that a professional and objective review of these matters will demonstrate that I handled my affairs legally and appropriately, including with the benefit of professional tax advisors."
Joe Biden's campaign was also approached for comment about alleged misconduct by Fox News in October.
A spokesperson said: "Joe Biden has never even considered being involved in business with his family, nor in any overseas business whatsoever.
"He has never held stock in any such business arrangements nor has any family member or any other person ever held stock for him."
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