The New York Post reported last week that it obtained a set of emails from a laptop that Hunter Biden allegedly left at a repair center, suggesting that Joe Biden used his former position as vice president for to enrich his son, notes DPA, taken over by

Other media outlets have questioned the authenticity of the materials in the laptop, which were given to the New York Post by President Donald Trump’s personal lawyer, Rudy Giuliani.

In Monday’s letter, published by the Politico news portal, former intelligence officials, including several former CIA executives, said there were “a number of factors that make us suspicious of Russia’s involvement.”

It would be “in line with Russia’s goals” to create “political chaos” in the United States, as well as “undermine Biden’s candidacy” and help Trump, the website wrote.

“In the context of Trump’s drop in the polls, Russia has an interest in doing what it can right now” for the White House leader to get a new term, the letter’s signatories added.

“We want to emphasize that we do not know whether the emails are authentic or not and we have no evidence of a Russian involvement. It’s just that our experience makes us deeply suspicious that the Russian government has played an important role in this case,” they said. They.

Signatories include former CIA directors such as Leon Panetta, John Brennan and Mike Hayden and former deputy directors such as John McLaughlin and Michael Morell, as well as a former director of the National Intelligence Service, Jim Clapper.