Lara Trump ripped Jen Psaki for dodging legitimate questions on Hunter Biden’s newfound, lucrative career on “Fox & Friends” on Thursday before saying the truth could be very damaging to Joe Biden.
Lara said: “The more condescending and dismissive Jen Psaki is with her response to a reporter’s question, it’s probably a more important question, and probably the answer and the truth would ultimately be very damaging to Joe Biden.
“So this is the way that she continues to operate, and it is very disappointing. I’m going to agree with that Obama appointee there.
“Very disappointing and very dangerous to see this happen.
“I think there is a huge difference between continuing a legitimate business practice when your father becomes the president of the United States, which is what basically happened in our family.
“And starting a new business in a field you’ve never had any experience in and then charging these exorbitantly high, massively inflated prices for your product like we see Hunter Biden do.
“And I mean, people can clearly see why this is a problem.
“So the fact that we can get no answers from the White House and she’s ready to just move on, and by the way, there’s only a handful of reporters who will actually ask her these questions and press her on these, is really, really upsetting,” she said.
From The New York Post:
White House press secretary Jen Psaki on Tuesday quickly grew irritated when asked if the identify of people who buy first son Hunter Biden’s art will remain anonymous.
The question came in response to The Post’s reporting that prospective buyers are being vetted ahead of a delayed New York gallery show.
Psaki insisted at her daily briefing that the White House doesn’t know the identity of buyers who reportedly paid $75,000 each for five prints of the first son’s art ahead of a Hollywood show this month.
“It still is the purview of the gallerist. We still do not know and will not know who purchases any paintings. And the president remains proud of his son,” Psaki said.
She then cut off the line of questioning, saying, “Did you have another question on something else?
“Otherwise we’re going to move on to some other topics, there’s a lot going on in the world.”