Hunter Biden Wants AG and IRS to Go After Trump Allies

( Hunter Biden is asking attorney generals and the IRS to go after those who shared personal information from his laptop, according to The Associated Press. He is also tapping the Justice Department in his bid to get back at John Paul Mac Isaac, Rudy Giuliani, his attorney Robert Costello, Stephen K. Bannon, Garrett Ziegler, Jack Maxey, and Yaacov Apelbaum.

In a letter to the DOJ, Hunter’s attorney asked for an investigation into the individuals who shared information from the laptop that was dropped off at a Delaware store in 2019. In another letter, attorneys for the president’s son reportedly asked that Fox News host Tucker Carlson issue retractions and an apology for defamatory claims made on air, including claims that he had access to classified documents that were found in President Biden’s home.

The move reportedly represents a strategic shift to go on the offense as Republicans took back the House in the 118th Congress. Republicans have since vowed to open investigations into the Bidens, and Hunter is currently facing his own tax evasion investigation by the DOJ.

Hunter Biden retained Kevin Morris, a Hollywood attorney, to craft a “legal and media strategy” around the controversy, according to Breitbart. Morris believes that the Bidens should go on the offensive and take a more aggressive approach, staying in the spotlight and making public appearances while suing conservative media outlets for “defamation,” as they reported on the now-corroborated laptop that Biden left with a repairman.

The letter to the DOJ reportedly cites passages from the book of Mac Isaac, the laptop store owner, alleging that he had reviewed private and sensitive information from Hunter’s laptop, including a file titled, “income.pdf.” The letter states that Isaac forwarded the laptop data to Giuliani’s lawyer, who then showed it to Giuliani, and who then showed it to a reporter at The New York Post.

Attorneys for Hunter say that he had never consented to his private information being seen by other parties.