September 29, 2021

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Risk of corruption? Son Hunter Joe Pitton is hard to explain

Hunter Biden is now selling his own paintings, which are said to be worth up to half a million dollars. Critics warn that businessmen may want to gain influence at the White House in this way.

The artistic work of Hunter Biden, the son of the US president, has troubled the White House press. President Joe Biden’s spokeswoman Jen Psaki on Friday sought to address concerns that the sale of Hunter’s paintings could increase the risk of corruption.

Entrepreneur, lawyer and entertainment painter Hunter Biden recently began exhibiting his works at the Georges Ferguson Gallery in New York, and began selling them. According to media reports, the paintings could sell for up to half a million dollars. Critics warn that merchants or others can only buy art to gain influence in the White House.

Investigations related to tax offenses

President Biden’s office responded by announcing “appropriate security precautions”: “Exhibitions of Hunter’s works will be carried out by the gallery owner, whose names and names will be kept confidential,” Zackie said in early July.

However, the purchaser of the paintings will not be deterred from letting Hunter know in person that he has purchased his art. When asked about this possibility, Sackie simply said that strict rules apply. “He doesn’t know. He doesn’t know who buys his art.”

Hunter Biden is one of former President Donald Trump’s favorite places. During the 2020 election campaign, the incumbent repeatedly reiterated the economic interests of his challenged son in Ukraine and China. Investigations into the tax offenses are ongoing against the 51-year-old.

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