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President Biden’s son, Hunter, plans to meet with potential buyers of his artwork and art experts predict some of his paintings could sell for upwards of $500,000. Critics say Hunter Biden stands to profit off of his father’s position and fame, but others say the artwork has value. White House press secretary Jen Psaki defended the venture saying buyers would be anonymous. But critics say any buyer will know that the art was done by the president’s son, even if the buyer remain anonymous. Do you think it is ethical for Hunter Biden to put his artwork up for sale while President Biden remains in office? Choices are: