Trump receives cease-and-desist letter from Hunter Biden's attorney

 July 15, 2023

Two of the most talked about names in the news world are Hunter Biden and former President Donald Trump, and their paths crossed in a bizarre way recently.

According to Breitbart, an attorney for the president's scandal-ridden son fired off a cease-and-desist letter to the former president, demanding that Trump refrain from publishing any thoughts on social media that could injure the Biden family.

As ABC News reported, the attorney's letter demanded that Trump's rhetoric on social media regarding anything about the president's son "could lead to [Hunter Biden's] or his family’s injury."

Trump has led the way as far as criticizing the Biden family, and especially Hunter Biden. Trump is credited with coining the term "laptop from hell."

What's the reason?

In the letter, Hunter Biden's attorney Abbe Lowell cited what she perceived to be previous examples of Trump's rhetoric "inciting" violence, pointing to the Jan. 6 Capitol protest and the incident involving Paul Pelosi.

"This is not a false alarm," Lowell wrote.

She added, "We are just one such social media message away from another incident, and you should make clear to Mr. Trump -- if you have not done so already -- that Mr. Trump’s words have caused harm in the past and threaten to do so again if he does not stop."

Notably, his lawyer also responded to allegations by the former president that Hunter Biden is responsible for the bag of cocaine found recently in the White House.

"THEY 100% KNOW WHO IT IS," Trump posted on Truth Social this week. "If they don’t release information, it means they destroyed the tapes & the Cocaine was for use by Hunter, & probably Crooked Joe, in order to give this total disaster of a President a little life and energy!"

Not gonna happen

Most on social media agreed that Trump isn't concerned about the letter, which is probably sitting at the bottom of a paper shredder at this point in time.

"*YEAH, THAT AIN'T GONNA HAPPEN* Hannity's Twitter account wrote.

Another Twitter user wrote, "Yeah, that'll work."

Some even suggested that the move was an effort to stifle Trump's voice in his quest for the 2024 Republican nomination.

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