Hunter Biden Schmoozes With Potential Buyers At Art Show After White House Claimed He Wouldn’t Know Them

Over the summer, the Biden White House claimed there would be no conflict of interest with Hunter Biden selling his art for absurdly high prices because he would never know who the buyers are.

That was apparently a lie because Hunter just attended a sale of his art at a show and schmoozed with potential buyers.

He was even photographed with potential buyers.

The New York Post reports:

Hunter Biden hobnobs at first art show in LA amid ethical concerns

New photos and video show Hunter Biden rubbing shoulders with celebrities and wealthy art patrons at a pop-up exhibition of his artwork in Los Angeles — as the novice’s new career raises ethical questions that buyers will pay inflated prices for his fledgling attempts at professional painting to curry influence with his powerful father.

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President Biden’s son grinned broadly as he bumped fists with boxing legend Sugar Ray Leonard, who put his other arm around Hunter Biden’s shoulders in a snapshot posted online by the Daily Mail.

The scandal-scarred Biden scion has been accused of influence-peddling in the past, most notably in a report last year by Senate Republicans that said his job with the Ukrainian energy company Burisma “negatively impacted the efforts of dedicated career service individuals who were fighting to push for anticorruption measures in Ukraine.”

The Post later revealed that Hunter Biden introduced his dad to a Burisma executive less than a year before the elder Biden, then vice president, pressured Ukrainian officials into firing a prosecutor who was investigating the company.

Just more lies from the Biden White House.

Do you think the media would care if this was Donald Trump Jr?

They’d be losing their minds.

 

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