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© Getty ImagesPresident Donald Trump brought up the 'laptop from hell' and said there was 'more criminal activity' on Hunter Biden's laptop than Al Capone – if he had had a laptop
Former President Donald Trump said Wednesday there was more 'criminal activity' on Hunter Biden's infamous laptop than mobster Al Capone ever carried out.

Trump commented on what he termed the 'laptop from hell' as he announced his lawsuit against Facebook and big tech.

He used language that suggested he may have seen the laptop, although he didn't specify if he was referring to media reports on its contents.

'The laptop from hell,' Trump termed it.

'You look at that thing, there's more criminal activity on that laptop than Al Capone had if he ever had a laptop,' the former president said.

The tech-averse Trump then riffed: 'We'd like to give Al Capone one, but he was a baby compared to what I was able to see.'

The laptop purportedly once owned by the president's son has produced a series of revelations about Hunter Biden's convoluted family sagas and international business deals. consulted computer forensics experts who vouched for its authenticity. The New York Post reported on some of its email contents weeks before the election, reporting that it was dropped off at a Delaware repair shop in 2019 and never picked up.

Recent stories unearthed from the laptop appear to show Hunter paying his father's AT&T bill, saying prostitutes should unionize, as well as information on the family's painful struggles with addiction.

Longtime Trump lawyer Rudy Giuliani, whose apartment was raided by the FBI in April, said agents refused to take hard drives he said were Hunter's during the search.

'They decided to leave those behind and were quite content to take my word that they were Hunter Biden's hard drives. I mean they could have been Donald Trump's, they could have been Vladimir Putin's, they could have been anybody's,' Giuliani told Fox News after the raid, saying the search warrant should have prompted the agents to take them.

Trump brought up the laptop while complaining about probes of him he terms witch hunts.

'That's what happened with Russia, that's what happened with Ukraine,' he said, before pivoting to Hunter.

He invoked Capone, the Chicago mobster famously sentenced to 11 years on tax charges, days after longtime Trump Organization CFO Allen Weisselberg was indicted on tax fraud charges over $1.7 million in perks and benefits prosecutors say he did not disclose.
Geoff Earle is the Deputy U.S. Political Editor For