Trump advisers seeking inspiration in world’s largest strip club

Sapphire Strip Club

While Donald Trump Prepared for his final presidential debate, a trio of his senior advisers were apparently more interested in a different type of pole as they were spotted in one of the world’s largest striptease clubs Sapphire in Las Vegas

trumps-senior-advisers-visit-sapphire-strip-clubThe trio allegedly included senior communications adviser Jason Miller, senior adviser AJ Delgado and deputy communications director Jessica Ditto as well as some top-media representatives including CNN, NBC and ABC.

Sapphire bills itself as the largest strip club in the world with 70,000 square feet of topless entertainment and serving “the finest variety of cocktails” according to its website.

Nevertheless, what happens in Vegas stays in ­Vegas, and the stripper crew was back in professional form during the debate, tweeting up a storm.

“We’re v happy right now! Go Trump! What a debate!!!” Delgado tweeted. CNN’s Gray was ­offering up parody suggestions to NBC’s “Saturday Night Live” after Trump used the term “bad hombres.”

Reps for NBC, ABC, CNN and the Trump campaign did not comment. Guest dancers scheduled at the club this weekend include porn stars Asa Akira and Britney Amber.

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Drake plans to open an “Honest and Genuine” Strip Club

On Saturday, famous rapper Drake hosted a pop-up “dance experience” in Houston called “the Ballet”, where women were performing seductive dance routines on poles and aerial silks amidst showers of dollar bills.

Trump advisers seeking inspiration in world’s largest strip clubAs it turns out, the one-night performance is part of a more long-term perspective of the singer to open a club that will create a bridge between culture, music and the world of seduction.

On his Instagram, Drake promised Houstonians that the mysterious “new dance experience” called The Ballet was “here to stay.”

“There’s a culture out there of dancing and it’s not about no strip club shit,” Drake announced from a DJ booth in a video of the event.

The Ballet will be “about these amazing women that we got in one spot, this music that we got, this Houston culture that we got,” he said.

“And I just want to let you know that, me, I’m here to bring it to you in the most honest and genuine way possible.”

Another Instagram post promises that the Ballet’s final form will be showcased for the first time in early 2017. The post caption reads: “Treat yourself don’t cheat yourself. Where the women are on a pedestal and the surroundings are unforgettable”.

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