Biden's son's artistic career embarrasses the White House

The son of Joe Biden is a lawyer and businessman turned painter.


The White House confirmed that it would take all necessary moral precautions against holding any exhibition or selling paintings of Hunter Biden, the son of the American president, whose personal life witnessed bitter events and his career sparked controversy.

In response to a question about the establishment of a showroom in New York for upcoming exhibitions of Hunter Biden, White House spokeswoman Jen Psaki replied that the president's son "will be present," and stressed that it "is different from meeting potential buyers."

Psaki announced, on the ninth of July, the establishment of "a system that allows Hunter Biden to exercise his profession under reasonable guarantees."

The Biden administration, keen to appear morally flawless on several occasions, has been questioned about the artistic career of Joe Biden's son, a lawyer and businessman turned painter.

And the US media generally points out the danger of industrialists or financiers buying his business with the sole aim of appeasing the White House.

Hunter Biden is one of former President Donald Trump's favorite targets.

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