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Rep. James Comer says Hunter Biden’s art is a ‘conflict of interest’ in the White House

“The White House needs to be transparent,” Comer, the ranking member of the House Oversight Committee, told Thursday’s “Greg Kelly Reports.”

‘We’ve asked some valid questions that I don’t think anyone in their right mind would consider partisan, especially when you consider the questions the Democrats on the Oversight Committee asked about the Trump children, when the Trump children were involved in the real estate business decades before Donald Trump ever ran for president.” Comer added that “this doesn’t pass the smell test.”

“No sensible American would believe that Hunter Biden is first of all a desired pick to be on a board of a foreign national company, nor would they believe he is an artist who would command a half a million dollars for a piece of art,” Comer said. “No sensible American would believe that Hunter Biden is first of all a desired pick to be on a board of a foreign national company, nor would they believe he is an artist who would command a half a million dollars for a piece of art,” Comer said.

“This goes along with a pattern of conflicts of interest that we’ve seen with Hunter Biden and other members of the Biden family, and we’re asking questions.” The White House has orchestrated a deal to keep Hunter Biden’s potential buyers for artwork confidential. The art is to be sold at a first-time show this fall, with pieces ranging in price from $75,000 to $500,000, according to the gallery brokering the sales [Newsmax].

MANAGING EDITOR: CARSON CHOATE
PHOTO CREDITS: WBKO.COM

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