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Bush was sacked from NBC in 2016 after being heard laughing on the infamous "Access Hollywood" tape featuring Donald TrumpDonald John TrumpDems resurface Flynn's "lock her up" comments after Mueller charges Congress must stop private prisons from receiving tax breaks Evangelicals were with Trump in 2016, and will be in 2020 MORE. As of last week, the president started telling people the voice on the tape wasn't his.

Donald Trump was caught on tape boasting about groping women. That's what you heard on Monday night, and it wasn't coming from Billy Bush. Colbert asked after the awkward moment was over.

Colbert's crew rolled a portion of the 2005 Access Hollywood tape, and Bush told the audience the first time he heard the video was three days before it leaked. "It's a gut punch now". "It was a gut punch, it's a gut punch now".

"How do you feel about NBC firing you?" Lauer was recently fired after reports arose regarding his own alleged sexual misconduct.

Bush called out the billionaire businessman on Monday, however, and said that he was "infuriated" when he learned that Trump is questioning the facts.

"My boss, months later, said publicly we may have moved a little quickly". "Of course he said it". But he was never allowed back on air. Moreover, a former Trump aide confirmed on Sunday via NBC's Meet the Press that the tape was undoubtedly of the president.

"It was a hard time ... it was very hot emotionally in the country".

"It was the beginning of me saying, 'All right, get up, stop being sorry for yourself, stop worrying about these things. Get better. Be a better man, be a better person". "Tough", Bush said. "Irony".

Bush noted that because Trump hosted thehit show "The Apprentice", everyone at NBC at that time - during which the taped conversation took place - had to "kiss the ring a little bit of The Donald". "That's your voice on the tape". Everything's going to be OK.' It's just instinctively what you say to your daughter.

Amid the controversy past year, Bush said that his former colleague Matt Lauer stood by him. "You dealt with it for 14 minutes and went on to be the president". Bush also mentioned he "would have called the FBI" had he known "there was a man detailing a sexual assault strategy".

So when he said this, it infuriated me on the personal front and then I ended up Googling and I read an article with all of these women's accounts, because when that article first came out, it was 13 days after I had been fired, so I was in my own personal shock, fight or flight.

"20 women do not get together and say: 'Hey! Let's take down a powerful guy together'". Haha.' No, they don't. Enough is enough. Stop playing around with people's lives.

Colbert also wondered why Trump brought up the subject again.

Bush explained that in the moment, he believed that Trump was simply putting on a performance and not actually bragging about sexual assault.

"Then you got 20 women at the time - I don't know what the exact number is because there is more - but 20 women who used their names. It's really dumbest thing he could have done".


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