Strippers ‘Really, Really Love’ Their Jobs


Hunter Biden put his personal knowledge of strip clubs to use in 2018 – praising the career choice of an exotic dancer in a taped conversation that turned into a two-way therapy session.

“90% of the strippers I know do it because they really, really love him,” reassures the woman’s future first son during the 15-minute exchange.

“I don’t know that many people who enjoy their jobs,” he says.

The conversation, first reported by the Washington Examiner, was recorded on May 11, 2018 and stored on the laptop that Biden later ditched in a Delaware computer repair shop, The Post confirmed.

At the time, Biden was keeping former stripper Lunden Roberts – then five months pregnant with her child – on the payroll of his consulting firm, Rosemont Seneca. The woman on the tape is not identified.

“I talk to strippers – I don’t do anything else,” Biden said at one point in the conversation, as his mate laughed. “I have always said that they were some of the most fascinating people I have ever met in my life, the most genuine.”

The conversation seemed to take place over a meal, with silverware jingling in the background.

“Who in the world can tell a woman that she can’t make a choice for a talent she has?” Biden asks rhetorically, as the two discuss his career.

The audio surprised Hunter Biden saying he thought the strippers were "fascinating people."
The audio surprised Hunter Biden saying he thought the strippers were “fascinating people.”
Little mom Lunden Roberts was on Hunter Biden's payroll at Rosemont Seneca.
Lunden Roberts, Hunter’s ex-baby mum stripper, had been an employee of her consulting firm during her pregnancy.

“But more than talent, it’s something every woman has. This is the ultimate… toolbox. And women use it whether they’re at the cash register or at the club.

The audio file abruptly ends – as Biden turns off a recording device he doesn’t seem to have known had been activated.


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