Billy Bush reaffirms Trump 'Access Hollywood' tape is real

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"No question I feel like I sacrificed a little bit of who I am in the moment - and I don't know if we will ever get to the place to advance the conversation - right now we're talking to victims and perpetuators - and eventually we all say in the media we like to see the conversation elevate and when we do. how we talk to boys. when the conversation gets degrading. how do you exit the conversation. change the topic or intervene some way". We've got powerful people being held accountable now, and sometimes there's anonymous sources. "Let's take down a powerful guy together.' No they don't", he continued.

In an op-ed article Sunday night on the Times" website, Bush - to whom Trump made the remarks - wrote: "He said it. "Grab 'em by the pussy.' Of course he said it". "I sort of equated what he was saying to some kind of, you know, crass standup act, like, you know, an Andrew Dice Clay - you figure that's not Dice when he's home".

He told Colbert he was offended by Trump's denial personally and on behalf of the women who have gone on the record to accuse Trump of sexual misconduct.

Though Bush acknowledged that the last year-plus has been "a hard time", he also praised the current cultural shift surrounding sexual assault - and urged the public to keep it going. "By the way", Bush said to Trump, "I would also like to say that's not me on the bus". Enough's enough. Stop playing around with people's lives!' That upset me.

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"This has hit a raw nerve in me", Bush wrote.

"There's a lot that needs to be done on that front", Bush said.

While Stern has been a friend of the 71-year-old for years, he has been vocal about this thoughts concerning the real estate mogul-turned-reality TV star pursuing politics.

"It was like a gut punch", Bush described seeing the footage for the first time, three days before it leaked.

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Referring to Trump's reported denials after the election, Bush wrote: "President Trump is now indulging in some revisionist history". "We have to continue it all the way through and I hope we do that". Be a better person.' So I passed a television in the office when I was checking in, and he's got the hand up, and I'm going into my little cabin to do the work.

And it appears that some of the higher ups at NBC regret Billy's firing - and Matt Lauer even defended him.

"It was mind-boggling", said Howard Stern to Us Weekly Tuesday.

"We had a conversation about that and he told me that he went privately to the bosses and took that line", he recalled.

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Man, oh man. Regardless, the main thing Billy's learned from this whole experience is that "women must be believed".

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