Walter Shaub, who served as director of the U.S. Office of Government Ethics, said on CNN Monday that the Biden administration is sending a “terrible signal” around the world with Hunter Biden’s art dealings.
Shaub served in the Obama administration and left a few months into the Trump administration. He’s been repeatedly critical of serious ethics issues in the Trump White House, but a recent report about the Biden administration crafting an agreement for the president’s son to sell his art set him off.
The agreement reportedly says that the identity of buyers will be kept confidential “from even the artist,” but Shaub argued that this just means they’re “outsourc[ing] government ethics to an art dealer.”
On Monday, Shaub