Biden Snaps At Reporter For Asking About Hunter’s Artwork And Corruption [VIDEO]

While there are more than enough issues surrounding President Joe Biden, when it comes to his son, Hunter, the White House takes a strong stance of never mentioning he even exists. Just last week, a reporter tried to ask White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki a question about Hunter Biden when they were quickly silenced. According to Psaki, Hunter does not work for the Biden administration and therefore she politely refused to answer. But while the White House acts like he is an illusion, Hunter has been busy cruising around Hollywood, promoting his new career as an artist. 

Last week, close to 200 people decided to attend the art show of Hunter Biden. While Hunter did his best to mingle amongst some of Hollywood’s most liberal elites, it should be noted that the gallerist was charging upwards of $500,000 for a piece of Hunter’s work. While the price is absurd, especially since this is Hunter’s first art exhibition, some have wondered if there isn’t more to the story than just selling art. 

Recently, President Biden was leaving an event when a reporter decided to ask him what he thought about his son’s career in art and if there was any chance of corruption given Hunter’s background. “Are you concerned about potential corruption with your son’s art sales?”

Although President Biden didn’t stop to answer the question directly, in the video below you can clearly hear him say, “You got to be kidding me.” And acting as if he might stop, Biden’s handlers quickly intervened and made sure the President stayed on task of walking straight. 

This piece was written by Jeremy Porter on October 9, 2021. It originally appeared in and is used by permission.


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