House Republicans demand ethics rules for Hunter Biden art sale
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House Republicans on Thursday demanded a top New York art dealer turn over documents about the ethics rules surrounding the sale of Hunter Biden's paintings, which could earn the president's son millions.
Republicans on the House Committee on Oversight and Reform sent a letter to New York art dealer Georges Berges, who is scheduled to host Hunter Biden's upcoming art show.

Hunter's paintings are expected to fetch between $75,000 and $500,000, a shocking sum for a new artist.

The letter requests that Mr. Berges provide the committee with documents detailing the ethical agreements he's arranged with the White House regarding who will attend the show and potential buyers of the younger Biden's artwork.

Rep. James Comer, Kentucky Republican and ranking member of the House Oversight Committee, wrote that the documents are "pertinent to our oversight of any attempts to seek improper influence with the Biden administration by anonymous benefactors."

"For years, Mr. Biden has attempted to profit off his father's position in government, and the art deals are merely the latest iteration of these efforts," Mr. Comer wrote. "The investigation…
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