Ex-ethics chief: Biden should pay for or disclose stay at billionaire’s Nantucket home

Ex-ethics chief: Biden should pay for or disclose stay at billionaire’s Nantucket home


The former director of the US Office of Government Ethics says that President Biden will either need to pay for his Thanksgiving stay at a billionaire private equity boss’ Nantucket compound or disclose it as a gift.

“Just a friendly reminder, @WhiteHouse, that @potus will have to pay fair market value for the stay on Nantucket or disclose the gift of free lodging in his annual disclosure in May 2022,” tweeted Walter Shaub, who ran the ethics office during Barack Obama’s second term.

“I’m not suggesting he wouldn’t,” Shaub added, “just reminding not to let it slip through the cracks.”

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Biden and his family arrived on the Massachusetts island late Tuesday for their stay at the home of David Rubenstein, a co-founder of

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