Walter Shaub, who served as director of the U.S. Office of Government Ethics under Barack Obama and Donald Trump, hit the Biden administration for new reporting about Hunter Biden’s artwork.
The Washington Post reported on Thursday that White House officials “helped craft an agreement” for President Joe Biden’s son to sell his artwork where buyers “will be kept confidential from even the artist himself.”
Shaub has been highly critical of serious ethical issues in the Trump administration, and more recently has called out Biden for not imposing tighter ethical standards. He recently lambasted the Biden administration for hiring children of the president’s top aides.
He hit the Biden administration again following the Post report: