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Former President Obama’s ethics chief ripped into President Biden’s son, Hunter Biden, for selling his art at prices ranging up to half a million dollars to anonymous buyers.

Walter Shaub, the former Office of Government Ethics director under Obama, said that the lucrative arrangement has a “shameful and grifty feeling to it.”

The article goes on to state the following:

“The notion of a president’s son capitalizing on that relationship by selling art at obviously inflated prices and keeping the public in the dark about who’s funneling money to him has a shameful and grifty feel to it,” Shaub told Fox News on Monday.


“Just as hotel charges and real estate purchases created a risk of unknown parties funneling money to the Trump family for potentially unsavory purposes, Hunter Biden’s grotesquely inflated art prices create a similar risk of influence-seekers funneling money to the Biden family,” Shaub added.

“But I also think it’s ridiculous that Hunter Biden is even going forward with this sale as a first-time artist,” Shaub said. “He can’t possibly think anyone is paying him based on the quality of the art. This smells like an attempt to cash in on a family connection to the White House.”

Shaub also slammed Hunter Biden’s “art business” in a series of Twitter posts.

“Let’s let foreign govts or anyone else funnel hundreds of thousands of dollars anonymously to POTUS’s relatives through subjectively priced commodities like hotel charges, real estate purchases and art. Oh wait, no, art is COMPLETELY different. (sarcasm). If you’re defending this, you’ve lost your way. Come back into the light,” he wrote.

Continuing to mock Hunter, Schaub tweeted, “I’m selling a no-dimensional work of art. Send $500,000 to me, and this one-of-no-kind object will be deemed yours. Or, for the same price, you can buy a work of art created by the relative of a politician. All buyers will be kept confidential either way. If you don’t want to buy my art, you could by his. If you have $500,000 lying around.”

“It makes perfect sense that a hedge fund manager with no art training who has never sold a piece would seek $500,000 for his doodles, and anyone who thinks the payoff’s based on his relation to POTUS is patently crazy. Why I sold macaroni art for more than that in nursery school,” Schaub quipped.

“You know that feeling you get that nobody in the office respects you when you’re a young Ricchetti because they all got their jobs on merit? Totes your imagination, bruh. Seriously, though, take heart, young man. It’s quite the accomplishment to be related to your dad. The world owes you a living,” Shaub tweeted sarcastically.

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