Hunter Biden was all smiles after leaving the New York City gallery that holds his $50,000 painting until one reporter asked about his stolen laptop.
The 51-year-old snapped when confronted with the question of whether he got the controversial electronic device back from the FBI, who allegedly seized it in 2019.
Leaving the Manhattan art exhibit with his wife, Melissa Cohen, President Joe Biden's son seemed to be in great spirits, despite failing to attract visitors to the venue last month.
Wearing jeans, a checkered shirt, and a jacket, the maskless First Son got testy when asked about the laptop that allegedly holds everything from nude photos with alleged prostitutes to emails regarding his dad's business affairs.
All appeared well until the reporter asked if the FBI had returned his computer. That's when he lost it.
"There's always a smart ass in the bunch," Hunter fired back. His wife proved she had his back, pipping up by claiming that the laptop "doesn't exist."
Melissa's move is interesting, considering Hunter has never denied the computer in the FBI's possession isn't his. Joe's son has, however, done an excellent job at avoiding questions about the device.
Sitting down with CBS News in April, Hunter dodged everything they sent his way. "There could be a laptop out there that was stolen from me," he said in the interview. "It could be that I was hacked. It could be that it was the -- that it was Russian intelligence. It could be that it was stolen from me. Or that there was a laptop stolen from me."
Hunter alleged he had "no idea" if the laptop in their possession belongs to him.
According to reports, the FBI is under the impression that the laptop does belong to Hunter. The computer was not in his possession for a time so the bureau is allegedly working through the content to see what, if anything, links Joe's son.
Amid the computer mess, Hunter is also getting ready to walk his daughter down the aisle. Naomi Biden, 27, announced her engagement earlier this year.