The Daily Beast apologized this week to the Delaware computer repairman who came into possession of Hunter Biden’s laptop for calling the device “stolen” in a December 2020 story.
According to the New York Post, the publication added an editor’s note to the almost two-year-old story, apologizing for characterizing computer repair store owner John Paul Mac Isaac as “hacking” the device that was left at the Greenville, Delaware, store in April 2019 by President Joe Biden’s son, Hunter.
“An earlier version of this story mistakenly referred to Hunter Biden’s laptop as ‘stolen.’ We have removed that word, and we apologize to Mr. Mac Isaac for the error,” the Post reported the editor’s note saying.
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