Hunter Biden Gallerist Testifies: Claims No White House Communication Regarding Paintings to Lawmakers

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Hunter Biden’s art dealer, Georges Bergès, testified before the House Oversight Committee, denying any communication with the White House regarding Hunter Biden’s paintings and disputing the existence of an “ethics agreement” between Biden officials and his gallery.

Bergès also revealed that Hunter Biden knew the identities of individuals who purchased a significant portion of his art, including Democratic donors, raising concerns about potential conflicts of interest.

House Republicans are investigating these claims as part of an impeachment inquiry into President Biden. (Trending: Fox News Star Accused Of Major Scandal)

A source reported, “The White House’s ‘ethics’ agreement regarding Hunter Biden’s art was a sham. The White House never facilitated any agreement, despite saying the opposite to the public.”

“George Bergès stated he never had any communication with the White House about an agreement about Hunter Biden’s art and admitted Hunter Biden knew the identities of the individuals who purchased roughly 70% of the value of his art, including Democrat donors Kevin Morris and Elizabeth Hirsh Naftali,” they continued.

Biden’s former press secretary Jen Psaki said in 2021, “We have spoken extensively to the arrangements, which are not White House arrangements; they’re arrangements between Hunter Biden’s representatives and ones that we, certainly, were made aware of.”

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