On October 6, the White House was forced to address ethical concerns about Hunter Biden’s participation in an art show with potential buyers.
As with most thing the White House tries to cover up, this didn’t go very well.
Biden was seen posing for pictures with potential buyers of his paintings, which are priced between $75,000 and $500,000.
Obviously, this presents a concern to the citizens of the United States. What’s to stop special interest groups from buying Hunter’s wildly overpriced ink splotches with the implication that the Biden family would owe the buyer in the future.
Sure, it’s not illegal for one family to owe another a favor. But it’s a problem when the family that owes is the PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA.
Guests at Hunter’s show included boxer Sugar Ray Leonard and musician Moby.
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