Hunter Biden Taunts Trump Supporters: ‘I’m Most Famous Artist in MAGA World’
Younger Biden takes shot at MAGA
Hunter Biden sarcastically suggested he is the most famous artist in the MAGA world in an apparent jab at supporters of Donald Trump.
“I’m a most famous artist in MAGA world, at least,” Hunter said during Nota Bene Podcast.
“I’ve gotten to share my art, not only with you guys and other people that I care about, but I’ve also gotten to share with the entire viewing audience [with] Fox News, OAN, and Newsmax,” Hunter continued to gloat.
The podcast host also slammed MAGA supporters by adding that Hunter’s “art” maybe “the only contemporary art that they [MAGA supporters] have happened to be exposed to.”
“Mom and Dad and Melissa, who think everything I do should be put in the National Gallery,” Hunter revealed the thoughts of the presidential family on an art podcast.
Hunter praised himself for reaching investors to sell his art.
“Is to have the courage to kinda go out there and do that, and, you know, I could just stay my studio and paint for myself, and, ahhh, and, and, and I ultimately do do that.”
“But it’s kind of, ummm, exciting to know that there’s [an] audience, and for that audience to be able to have their own interpretation of what your painting means to them,” he explained.
“I think it’s a great thing for an artist.”
Last month, former President Barack Obama's ethics chief slammed Hunter's lucrative art scheme saying it will be more of the same.
Former Office of Government Ethics director Walter Shaub blasted "corrupt" plans to sell Hunter's art for as much as $500,000.
“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,” he said.
Earlier this month, the White House arranged to handle the sales of Hunter's art and keep the buyers' identities, and the amount they paid for a secret.
The White House announced its ethics plan surrounding the sale of Hunter's pieces earlier this month.
"So instead of disclosing who is paying outrageous sums for Hunter Biden’s artwork so that we could monitor whether the purchasers are gaining access to government, the WH tried to make sure we will never know who they are," Shaub wrote while linking to the Post's report.
"That’s very disappointing."
"The idea's that even Hunter won't know, but the WH has outsourced government ethics to a private art dealer," Shaub continued.
"We're supposed to trust a merchant in an industry that's fertile ground for money laundering, as well as unknown buyers who could tell Hunter or WH officials?