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Tuesday saw a return of The Psaki Show and, without Fox’s Peter Doocy and questions from Real Clear Politics’s Philip Wegmann , someone had to bring the heat to Press Secretary Jen Psaki and that came thanks to the New York Post ’s Steven Nelson, who brought questions about the ever-corrupt Hunter Biden and allegations that President Biden owes back taxes.
Nelson began by bringing up one of the Post ’s latest pieces of excellent reporting which “said on Friday that the First Son had sold five prints of his artworks for $75,000 each and that a team of lawyers is reviewing the prospective buyers who are going to be allowed into an upcoming New York show.”
He continued by pointing out the fact that this “seems to suggest a departure from the White House-brokered agreement where the purchasers would be anonymous.”
Finally, Nelson offered up his question: “I was hoping you could say, the White House knows who purchased the five prints and whether there is indeed a departure to the arrangement, that there would be anonymity here.”
Psaki wasn’t amused by yet another Hunter question (and just six days after the last one from CBS News Radio’s Steven Portnoy), so she dismissed it as Nelson’s “favorite topic” before peddling the pathetic spin that Hunter’s art remains in “the purview of the gallerist” and no one else will know other than said gallerist “who purchases any” of his artwork.
Before moving on, Psaki reiterated a line about Hunter that makes it seem like he’s a kindergartner and not a 51-year-old man: “[T]he President remains proud of his son.”
Though Nelson never got around to asking about it, another Post story involved Hunter’s art deal having received a $350,000 Small Business Administration (SBA) loan during the throes of the coronavirus pandemic which, unsurprisingly, has yet to be mentioned by the major broadcast networks.
Nelson started to speak, but Psaki wanted to know whether he had any other Hunter-related questions because, if so, “we’re going to move on to some other topics” since there’s “[l]ots going on in the world.”
Nelson said he had […]
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