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Congressman demands answers from Hunter Biden’s art dealer

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The ranking Republican member of the House Oversight Committee is demanding answers from an art dealer about plans to sell paintings by Joe Biden’s son, Hunter, for stratospheric prices that are raising suspicions about influence-peddling.

It is Kentucky Rep. James Comer who has written to George Berges, whose gallery is expected to be the facilitator in the sale of the paintings.

“It is the oversight committee’s responsibility to scrutinize Mr. Biden’s business activities because he chooses to conduct them in the most murky and corrupt corners of international affairs,” Comer explained. “Moreover, he has chosen – in the latest iteration of his career – to sell commodities of fluid and opaque value to anonymous benefactors.”

It is Washington Examiner columnist Byron York who provided the big picture of the scandal, one of many that Hunter Biden has provided his father in recent years.

“Influence peddler-turned-novice-artist Hunter Biden’s art exhibit, at which works will be priced from $75,000 to $500,000, will preview this month in California and move to a New York gallery in October. Given the possibility that buyers might purchase Hunter’s art in an attempt to influence his father, President Joe Biden, Republicans on the House Committee on Oversight and Reform are seeking answers to some basic questions about the event,” he explained.

“It’s an impossible mission for the GOP —

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