The top Republican on the House Oversight Committee wants the panel to investigate the sale of Hunter Biden’s artwork — which could earn President Biden’s son millions — and he has contacted the gallery owner to divulge details of the ethics deal he reached with the White House.
”It is the Oversight Committee’s responsibly to scrutinize Mr. Biden’s business activities because he chooses to conduct them in the most murky and corrupt corners of international affairs,” Rep. James Comer (R-Ky.) wrote in the letter sent Tuesday and obtained by The Post.
Comer pointed out that Hunter Biden’s New York art dealer, George Berges, is attaching hefty price tags to the works — far beyond even what Hunter believes they will fetch.
“The prices your gallery has set for these pieces by a new, untrained, celebrity artist are unprecedented,” Comer’s letter says. “One New York art adviser said such prices are ‘sort of insulting to the art ecosystem, as if anyone could