When even an Obama-era ethics advisor was raising red flags over Hunter’s newfound ‘art career’ as being an enormous avenue for corruption, the White House waved those concerns away.
We reported on his ethical objections to the White House’s arrangements around the art deal when the story first came to light. But he’s not finished. Just this week, the same ethics advisor was ripping the White House a new one over Hunter’s art deals again.
The former ethics chief under President Obama slammed the Biden White House Thursday for allowing Hunter Biden to sell his paintings for tens of thousands of dollars without disclosing his buyers’ identities, arguing that the buyers’ anonymity could provide an opportunity for a pay-to-play scheme.