Billy Bush Rips Trump Over Pussy Grab Tape on Stephen Colbert

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The op-ed, along with his appearance on The Late Show, is being perceived as a redemption tour for Bush, who was sacked previous year for his role in the Access Hollywood tape, but Stephen Colbert didn't make it easy for him.

Bush's performance on the late night show follows up on a New York Times editorial he wrote that was published on Sunday. No, Bush's actions were not criminal; he did not sexually harass or mistreat any women himself.

On the Late Show, Bush told Colbert that the number of women accusing Trump and their stories made a strong impression on him. Ideally, he said, it will expand to include questions like "how do you talk to boys in peewee hockey locker rooms and teach them that when the conversation gets degrading, how do you either exit the conversation, change the topic, or intervene in some way?"

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"If I had thought there was a man detailing a sexual assault strategy to me, I would have called the Federal Bureau of Investigation, not just my executive producer", Bush stated. "And so it was like a gut punch", a noticeably cringing Bush said afterward.

"As I read these, 20 women don't get together and say, Hey, you know what would really be fun?"

As powerful men across several industries continue to face allegations of sexual abuse, the idea of a Bush redemption tour might seem unnecessary and, perhaps, even counter-productive. "That upset me. So I wrote". "Because I actually think this is something that is going to be very detrimental to his mental health too". It was the beginning of me saying, 'Alright get up.

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"If I had thought there was a man detailing a sexual assault strategy to me, I would've called the Federal Bureau of Investigation, not just reported it to my executive producer". Along with Donald Trump and me, there were seven other guys present on the bus at the time, and every single one of us assumed we were listening to a crass standup act. Stop worrying of all these things, there's life to live.

Colbert asked Bush about the apparent irony of NBC firing him for his role in the situation, but continuing to employ longtime "Today" host Matt Lauer. Last week, Lauer was sacked from Today after an employee accused him of sexual misconduct in the workplace. "We have to find our way to have the dialogue", he said. [Matt and I] had a conversation about that. "He told me that he went privately to the bosses", he recalled.

"When he said this, it infuriated me on the personal front, and then..."

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The former Access Hollywood correspondent and anchor was making his first late-night appearance since he departed NBC's Today show shortly after the Access recording became public in October 2016.

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