(Fargo, ND) -- The computer repair man who who turned over Hunter Biden's laptop to the FBI says the laptop was one of three "liquid damaged" laptops that Biden dropped off at his Delaware shop.
"The third one is the one that I checked in that I had to manually recover the data and in that process is when I realized that this was a disgusting laptop and that's when my fears started," said John Paul Mac Isaac.
John Paul Mac Isaac says after giving Biden the legally required 90 days to pick up his laptops, he eventually gave copies of the data to the FBI and to a lawyer representing then President Donald Trump. Isaac says the FBI eventually classified what was on the laptop as "Russian disinformation".
WDAY News First is attempting to contact representatives for Hunter Biden for comment.
Isaac appeared on "What's on Your Mind" on AM 1100 The Flag.