Published: Mon, December 04, 2017
Entertaiment | By Lawrence Myers

Billy Bush to Trump: Yes, You Said That

Billy Bush to Trump: Yes, You Said That

The New York Times reported last week that Trump has told at least one us senator and other people that he didn't believe the voice on the tape was his - even though he directly confirmed the remarks and apologized for them a month before the presidential election past year.

He did manage to secure a reported $10million severance package from NBC in the wake of the infamous 2005 Access Hollywood tape.

He says he would like to set Trump, who is engaging in "revisionist history" by trying to convince people that he did not in fact utter the phrase, straight.

"Yes, Donald Trump, You Said That" is the headline of Bush's op-ed for The New York Times.

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Similarly, Bush also mentioned allegations made by Kristin Anderson, a former model, who alleged that Trump slid his hands up her skirt at a NY nightclub in the 1990s.

"He said it", Bush wrote. Trump said: "I said it, I was wrong, and I apologize".

"Let us make this perfectly clear: The tape is very real", she said. "I can only imagine how it has reopened the wounds of the women who came forward with their stories about him, and did not receive enough attention". He continues: "This country is now trying to reconcile itself to years of power abuse and sexual misconduct".

He adds. "None of us were guilty of knowingly enabling our future president. Its leader is wantonly poking the bear". But White House spokeswoman Sarah Sanders played down the Times report at a White House briefing on November 27.

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While the audio has served as the butt of plenty of Colbert's jokes on The Late Show over the a year ago, it is likely that the late night host will also grill Bush on his former colleague Matt Lauer's recent scandal.

He finished on a personal note, stating that after being fired from "Today," the "last year has been an odyssey, the likes of which I hope to never face again: anger, anxiety, betrayal, humiliation, many selfish but, I hope, understandable emotions". But these have given way to light, both spiritual and intellectual.

But now, Bush said the events logged in that recording are shaded with foreboding.

It's unclear if Bush has any other TV appearances planned after his interview on Colbert on Monday night.

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