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Billy Bush's co-host fights back tears while discussing his suspension - Should he be fired for his role in Donald's VULGAR comments {F}

Donald Trump Apologizes For Vulgar Comments in Leaked Video. His Presidential Campaign Is Reeling (Video)

Billy Bush's NBC voicemail says he is 'busy making America great again' just days after

  • Billy Bush's former Access Hollywood co-host Kit Hoover fought back tears speaking about his suspension on Monday
  • 'I was just devastated to watch all this unfold because the Billy that I know ... has the biggest heart of anybody,' she said 
  • It has been revealed that Bush's voicemail at NBC is a male voice saying: 'You've reached Billy Bush's office, he's busy making America great again' 
  • Bush, 44, can be heard in the Donald Trump tapes referring to a fellow NBC employee as a 'hot piece of a**' 
  • His suspension was announced by Savannah Guthrie on Today Monday morning 
  • There are now reports that members of the Today staff hope that Bush will lose his job in the wake of his comments

Difficult: Billy Bush's former Access Hollywood co-host Kit Hoover fought back tears speaking about his suspension on Monday (Hoover above with Natalie Morales)

Hard times: 'I was just devastated to watch all this unfold because the Billy that I know ... has the biggest heart of anybody,' she said

Hard times: 'I was just devastated to watch all this unfold because the Billy that I know ... has the biggest heart of anybody,' she said

Poor word choice: Bush's voicemail at NBC is a male voice saying: 'You've reached Billy Bush's office, he's busy making America great again' (Bush and Natalie Morales above in 2013)

Poor word choice: Bush's voicemail at NBC is a male voice saying: 'You've reached Billy Bush's office, he's busy making America great again' (Bush and Natalie Morales above in 2013)

Kit Hoover pays emotional tribute to suspended Billy Bush

'Tamron doesn’t like him and they have always been uncomfortable around each other. Al doesn’t speak to him, like at all. There is no love lost there,' said an insider.

Matt is okay with him, not friends, but okay. He doesn’t have much of a relationship with Savannah . So it won’t be a loss to any of them personally if he doesn’t come back.'

The source then added: 'Does anyone tune in to Today to watch Billy? Probably not really. So if he leaves, it’s not a big deal.' 

The Bush voicemail appears to have been recorded by a male assistant, and was first reported by the New York Times. It has since been removed by Bush or the network.

NBC announced on Sunday that they had made the decision to suspend Bush from his job anchoring the third hour of Today after lewd comments he made about a fellow NBC employee surfaced in an old Access Hollywood interview he did with Trump.

While most of the offensive statements on that tape are made by Trump, Bush can heard encouraging his comments and at one point states that the actress the two men are about to meet is 'hot as s***.' 

The decision to suspend Bush was addressed on Today Monday morning by lead anchor Savannah Guthrie.

'We want to note one other thing,' said Guthrie at the top of the program. 

'Pending further review of the matter, NBC News has suspended Billy Bush, the host of Today’s third hour, for his role in that conversation with Donald Trump.'

The suspension was again addressed at the start of the third hour as well by Tamron Hall and Al Roker, who was selected to fill in for Bush.

'As you can see, Billy Bush is not joining us today, as you’re probably aware,' said Roker.

'Part of that 2005 Access Hollywood taping with Donald Trump that’s been in the news all weekend.'

Hall then added: 'NBC, which owns Access Hollywood, has suspended Billy for his role in that conversation, pending further review. With that said, let’s turn to last night’s debate, where that 2005 tape played a big role.'

Billy Bush's 'Busy Making America Great Again' NBC voicemail
Family: Bush, 44, is married and the father of three teenage daughters (above with his wife and daughters)

Family: Bush, 44, is married and the father of three teenage daughters (above with his wife and daughters)

 

'Obviously I’m embarrassed and ashamed. It’s no excuse, but this happened eleven years ago. I was younger, less mature, and acted foolishly in playing along. I’m very sorry,' said Bush, who was 33 at the time.

Arianne Zucker, the Days of Our Lives actress who Bush referred to as 'hot as s***' also released a statement over the weekend.

'My name is Arianne Zucker and I am a strong, independent, hard working mother, business woman and partner to a great man. I have grown to learn that the words of others cannot effect the value of my self worth or define the content of my character,' said Zucker.

'How we treat one another, whether behind closed doors, locker rooms or face to face, should be done with kindness, dignity and respect. Unfortunately, there are too many people in power who abuse their position and disregard these simple principles and are rewarded for it.'

She closed out her statement by saying: 'In understanding the magnitude of this situation, I choose to stand tall with self respect and use my voice to enrich, inspire and elevate the best of who we are as people.'

Replacement: Al Roker spoke about Bush's suspension as he filled in for Bush during the show's third hour (Roker above with Tamron Hall)

Replacement: Al Roker spoke about Bush's suspension as he filled in for Bush during the show's third hour (Roker above with Tamron Hall)

Many on social media also made note on Monday morning of the controversial choice of Roker to fill in for Bush.

The two men got into a heated argument with one another back in August in the wake of Ryan Lochte's multiple false interviews with Today anchors, including Matt Lauer and Bush himself.

When Roker voiced his frustration about Lochte's repeated lies, Bush tried to downplay the situation  and suggest the swimmer had just misled them on some facts regarding his mugging in Ro de Janeiro, which was eventually revealed to be completely fabricated by the Olympian. 

Roker, Hall and Guthrie all appeared to have little sympathy for Bush when announcing his suspension on  Monday.

Noah Oppenheim, the executive producer of Today, said in a memo sent to staff on Sunday: 'I know we’ve all been deeply troubled by the revelations of the past 48 hours.

'Let me be clear - there is simply no excuse for Billy’s language and behavior on that tape. NBC has decided to suspend Billy, pending further review of this matter.

'If any of you have any questions or concerns, please reach out to me directly, anytime day or night.' 

Bush has only been with Today for two months, after spending more than a decade hosting Access Hollywood.

His role on that show was filled by former Today anchor Natalie Morales, who was part of the Access Hollywood team that first uncovered the Trump tape.

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MELANIA condemns Trump's crude hot mic comments as senior GOP figures call on him to drop out - but the defiant Donald insists there's 'zero chance I'll quit'

In a videotaped midnight apology, Donald Trump declared "I was wrong and I apologize" after being caught on tape making shockingly vulgar and sexually charged comments. Yet he also defiantly dismissed the revelations as "nothing more than a distraction" from a decade ago and signaled he would close his presidential campaign by arguing rival Hillary Clinton has committed greater sins against women.

"I've said some foolish things," Trump said in a video posted on his Facebook page early Saturday. "But there's a big difference between the words and actions of other people. Bill Clinton has actually abused women and Hillary has bullied, attacked, shamed and intimidated his victims."

Trump's 90-second statement capped a jarring day that threatened to sink the billionaire businessman's White House campaign, sending Republicans into a panic with just over a month until Election Day and on the cusp of Sunday's crucial presidential debate.

One by one, outraged GOP lawmakers condemned Trump's comments in a 2005 video obtained and released Friday by The Washington Post and NBC News. In the video, Trump is heard describing attempts to have sex with a married woman. He also brags about women letting him kiss and grab them because he is famous.

"When you're a star they let you do it. You can do anything," Trump says in the previously unaired comments. He adds seconds later: "Grab them by the p----. You can do anything."

House Speaker Paul Ryan said he was "sickened" by Trump's remarks and angrily revoked an invitation for the real estate mogul to appear at a GOP event Saturday in Wisconsin. But like most of the many lawmakers who slammed Trump's words as reprehensible, Ryan did not pull his endorsement of his party's nominee.

"I hope Mr. Trump treats this situation with the seriousness it deserves and works to demonstrate to the country that he has greater respect for women than this clip suggests," Ryan said.

But for some Republican officials, Trump had finally gone too far.

"You, sir, are the distraction," said an angry Utah Sen. Mike Lee in a video posted to his Facebook page after Trump issued his midnight apology. "Your conduct, sir, is the distraction."

Lee called on Trump to abandon his campaign, saying it was time for the Republican Party to "expect more. There is no need for us to settle."

Clinton, who spent Friday away from the campaign trail preparing for Sunday's debate, weighed in on Twitter, calling Trump's comments "horrific" and adding, "We cannot allow this man to become president."

For more than a year, Trump's outrageous and often outlandish comments have given Republicans fits. But with some notable exceptions — including nearly all the party's living past presidents and White House nominees — GOP officials have at least nominally thrown their support behind him.

Even before Friday's revelations, Trump was struggling to steady his campaign. He had an uneven performance in the first debate and in the following days, bewilderingly feuded with a beauty queen he had shamed for gaining weight.

That incident stunned Republicans, particularly given Trump's desperate need to shore up support among women. But the businessman's comments about the Miss Universe contestant pale in comparison to his words in the newly released recording.

On it, Trump is caught on a live microphone while talking with Billy Bush of "Access Hollywood." The candidate is heard saying "I did try and f--- her. She was married." He also uses graphic terms to describe the woman's body and says he frequently tries to kiss beautiful women.

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TV host Nancy O'Dell is the married woman who Donald Trump claims he tried to'F***', then took shopping for furniture in his lewd hot mic boast to her former colleague Billy Bush

'Certainly has been an interesting 24 hours!' Trump attempts to cast aside lewd hot mic

  • Melania Trump has denounced her husband's remarks in a 2005 video 
  • Donald trump has been criticized by members of GOP for lewd comments
  • Despite this, Trump says there is 'zero chance' he'll quit the race   
  • Running mate Mike Pence is said to be 'beside himself' one report said 
  • Pence was originally supposed to take Trump's place at Wisconsin event
  • He later canceled and released a statement denouncing the comments 
  • None of Trump's children have spoken publicly about the 2005 video
  • Many prominent Republicans have called for Trump to drop out of race
  • Others have rescinded support and distanced themselves from Trump 
  • Trump apologizes for words said in 2005 that were released Friday 
  • Trump bragged about trying to seduce a married woman in 2005 audio

Melania Trump has called her husband's lewd remarks about women from a 2005 video 'unacceptable and offensive'.

In a statement released Saturday afternoon, Melania said despite the degrading words used, they do not represent Donald Trump today.

'The words my husband used are unacceptable and offensive to me. This does not represent the man that I know. 

'He has the heart and mind of a leader. I hope people will accept his apology, as I have, and focus on the important issues facing out nation and the world,' the statement said. 

Melania Trump has called her husband's lewd remarks about women from a 2005 video 'unacceptable and offensive' in a statement 

Melania Trump has called her husband's lewd remarks about women from a 2005 video 'unacceptable and offensive' in a statement 

The 2005 video, in which Trump talked about hitting on a married woman and kissing beautiful women, was filmed just months after Melania and Trump were married

The 2005 video, in which Trump talked about hitting on a married woman and kissing beautiful women, was filmed just months after Melania and Trump were married

Donald Trump sent out a tweet, joking about the release of a video, which caught him making lewd comments about women

Donald Trump sent out a tweet, joking about the release of a video, which caught him making lewd comments about women

Trump told the Wall Street Journal that there is 'zero chance' he'll quit the race for the White House

Trump told the Wall Street Journal that there is 'zero chance' he'll quit the race for the White House

In the 2005 clip, Trump talks about trying to have sex with a married woman and how he 'can do whatever he wants' to women because he's a star, just months after marrying Melania.  

Melania's disavowal of the comments is the latest among dozens of Republicans who have denounced the GOP nominee's comments in the 2005 video. 

None of Trump's children, who have been some of his most fierce surrogates, have spoken out since the comments went public.  

But Trump seems unfazed and was tweeting again and claiming his campaign isn't in crisis on Saturday.

'The media and establishment want me out of the race so badly - I WILL NEVER DROP OUT OF THE RACE, WILL NEVER LET MY SUPPORTERS DOWN! #MAGA,' Trump tweeted on Saturday.  

Trump told the Wall Street Journal that there is 'zero chance' he'll quit. He also said he's getting 'unbelievable' support from his backers, the Journal reported. 

Trump apologized for the words he said in 2005 that were released on Friday in a video posted early Saturday 

Trump apologized for the words he said in 2005 that were released on Friday in a video posted early Saturday 

'I've never said I'm a perfect person, nor pretended to be someone I'm not,' Trump said in a video statement

Donald Trump says in statement 'I never said I was a perfect person'

'I never, ever give up. The support I'm getting is unbelievable, because Hillary Clinton is a horribly flawed candidate,' Trump said to the Wall Street Journal on Saturday. 

He also said that the controversy would 'blow over' like his attack on Senator John McCain and his proposed ban on Muslim immigrants. 

When the paper asked him about the sexual statements he replied: 'People get it. They get life.' 

Just before 11am, Trump sent out a tweet that said: 'Certainly has been an interesting 24 hours!'

The vague tweet comes just hours after Trump's running mate, Indiana Governor Mike Pence, was said to be 'beside himself' over the Donald's comments. 

Pence released a statement on Saturday saying: 'As a husband and father, I was offended by the words and actions described by Donald Trump in the eleven-year-old video released yesterday. 

Kellyanne Conway (pictured, ledt), campaign manager for the Republican presidential candidate, arrived at Trump Tower on Saturday 

Kellyanne Conway (pictured, ledt), campaign manager for the Republican presidential candidate, arrived at Trump Tower on Saturday 

Conway was pounded with questions but refused to make a statement about Trump's video

Conway was pounded with questions but refused to make a statement about Trump's video

A woman holds up a newspaper with a headline quoting Donald Trump outside of Trump Tower in Manhattan

A woman holds up a newspaper with a headline quoting Donald Trump outside of Trump Tower in Manhattan

The entertainer Naked Cowboy stands in front of Trump Tower in Manhattan after Trump's comments were made public

The entertainer Naked Cowboy stands in front of Trump Tower in Manhattan after Trump's comments were made public

'I do not condone his remarks and cannot defend them. I am grateful that he has expressed remorse and apologized to the American people. 

'We pray for his family and look forward to the opportunity he has to show what is in his heart when the goes before the nation tomorrow night.'   

Pence was supposed to represent Trump at a Wisconsin event with speaker of the house Paul Ryan after Ryan said he was 'sickened' by Trump's remarks, but later canceled.

'I am sickened by what I heard today. Women are to be championed and revered, not objectified. 

'I hope Mr. Trump treats this situation with the seriousness it deserves and works to demonstrate to the country that he has greater respect for women than this clip suggests,' Ryan said in a statement.  

Trump made sexual comments about women to Billy Bush (right) while talking about his attempts to hit on a married woman and said he can 'do whatever you wants' because he's a star

Trump made sexual comments about women to Billy Bush (right) while talking about his attempts to hit on a married woman and said he can 'do whatever you wants' because he's a star

The comments were caught on a hot mic during an appearance on Access Hollywood in 2005

The comments were caught on a hot mic during an appearance on Access Hollywood in 2005

Trump caught on hot mic making lewd comments about women
Ayotte once called Trump a 'role model' but later said she misspoke and then fully retracted her support on Saturday 

Ayotte once called Trump a 'role model' but later said she misspoke and then fully retracted her support on Saturday 

Crapo said conservative leadership is needed in the White House but said Trump was not the right candidate 
After delivering the short apology, Trump pivoted and began to attack Hillary and Bill Clinton in the statement

After delivering the short apology, Trump pivoted and began to attack Hillary and Bill Clinton in the statement

WHICH REPUBLICANS HAVE DENOUNCED DONALD TRUMP AND WHO HAS CALLED FOR HIM TO DROP OUT OF THE RACE

WHO HAS CALLED FOR TRUMP TO DROP OUT

Illinois Senator Mark Kirk

Utah Senator Mike Lee

Former New York Governor George Pataki

Former Utah Governor Jon Huntsman

Virginia Representative Barbara Comstock

Arizona Senator Jeff Flake

New Jersey Representative Scott Garrett

Nebraska Senator Ben Sasse

Alabama Congresswoman Martha Roby

Alabama Representative Bradley Byrne

 Nevada Representative Joe Heck

South Dakota Senator John Thune 

WHO HAS DENOUNCED TRUMP'S STATEMENTS

Running mate Mike Pence

Republican Speaker Paul Ryan 

Kentucky Senator Mitch McConnell 

Former presidential nominee Mitt Romney 

Utah Governor Gary Hebert

Former Florida Governor Jeb Bush 

Texas Senator Ted Cruz

Former presidential candidate Carly Fiorina 

Washington Congresswoman Cathy McMorris-Rodgers

Idaho Senator Mike Crapo

Pennsylvania Senator Pat Toomey

Florida Senator Marco Rubio

Illinois Congressman Robert Dold

Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker

Ohio Governor John Kasich

Ohio Senator Rob Portman

North Carolina Senator Richard Burr

Utah Congressman Jason Chaffetz

Colorado Congressman Mike Coffman

Arizona Senator John McCain

Tennessee Senator Bob Corker

Minnesota Congressman Erik Paulsen

Utah Governor Gary Hebert 

Former presidential candidate Ben Carson 

Missouri Congresswoman Ann Wagner  

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'You can do anything. Grab them by the p***y': Donald Trump recorded in lewd hot mic chat with Billy Bush - boasting about how his celebrity status allows him to grope and kiss women {VIDEO} Nancy O'Dell is the married woman mentioned by Donald Trump on tape

  • Woman Donald Trump made crude comments about has been revealed 
  • Access Hollywood says Trump was talking about ex-anchor Nancy O'Dell
  • He was caught on tape bragging about trying to seduce a married woman 
  • 'I moved on her and I failed. I’ll admit it. I did try and f*** her,' Trump said
  • Trump was recorded on the Access Hollywood set with Billy Bush in 2005 
  • Senior GOP figures denounce Donald Trump after the recording emerged 
  • Speaker Paul Ryan said he is 'sickened' by the comments Trump made
  • Jeb Bush and Mitt Romney also slammed the nominee's remarks on Friday
  • Ted Cruz, Marco Rubio, Jon Kasich and other also took aim at Trump 
Nancy O'Dell and Donald Trump are pictured together at a function in Beverly Hills in 2010

Nancy O'Dell and Donald Trump are pictured together at a function in Beverly Hills in 2010

Actress Arianne Zucker is pictured linking arms with Donald Trump and Billy Bush

Actress Arianne Zucker is pictured linking arms with Donald Trump and Billy Bush

Entertainment Tonight co-host Nancy O'Dell (pictured) has been revealed as the woman at the center of a crude recording detailing how Donald Trump tried to seduce a married woman in 2005

Entertainment Tonight co-host Nancy O'Dell (pictured) has been revealed as the woman at the center of a crude recording detailing how Donald Trump tried to seduce a married woman in 2005
Access Hollywood claims the Republican nominee was talking about Nancy O'Dell - a long-time entertainment journalist and current Entertainment Tonight co-host.
'There were seven other people on the bus with Mr. Trump and Billy Bush at the time,' Access Hollywood host Natalie Morales said.
'Upon arriving at our NBC lot our camera crew was let off the bus, so they could record Mr Trump getting off.'
'What you are about to hear is what Mr Trump said about former Access Hollywood anchor Nancy O'Dell to Billy Bush,' Morales said in reference to Trump's controversial comments.
Billy Bush, who is currently working on NBC's Today Show is the nephew of former president George H.W. Bush and cousin of former president George W. Bush.

'I moved on her and I failed. I’ll admit it. I did try and f*** her. She was married... I moved on her like a b***h, but I couldn’t get there,' Trump was recorded saying in 2005

'I moved on her and I failed. I’ll admit it. I did try and f*** her. She was married... I moved on her like a b***h, but I couldn’t get there,' Trump was recorded saying in 2005

Access Hollywood now claims the Republican nominee was talking about Nancy O'Dell (pictured in 2005) - an entertainment journalist and current Entertainment Tonight co-host

Access Hollywood now claims the Republican nominee was talking about Nancy O'Dell (pictured in 2005) - an entertainment journalist and current Entertainment Tonight co-host

Introducing the audio of Trump, Access Hollywood host Natalie Morales said on Friday: 'What you are about to hear is what Mr Trump said about former Access Hollywood anchor Nancy O'Dell'
Nancy O'Dell is seen attending the 2005 MTV Video Music Awards in Miami, Florida

Introducing the audio of Trump, Access Hollywood host Natalie Morales said on Friday: 'What you are about to hear is what Mr Trump said about former Access Hollywood anchor Nancy O'Dell'

In the audio that emerged on Friday, Trump also discussed the host's appearance after detailing his unsuccessful effort to sleep with her.

'Then all of a sudden I see her, she’s now got the big phony t*ts and everything. She’s totally changed her look,' he said in the 2005 recording. 

The presidential candidate, who has consistently come under fire for derogatory comments about women during his campaign, did not deny the exchange had taken place and put it down to 'locker room banter'.  

Nancy O'Dell and husband Keith Zubulevich attend The 32nd Annual Carousel Of Hope Ball in October 2010

Nancy O'Dell and husband Keith Zubulevich attend The 32nd Annual Carousel Of Hope Ball in October 2010

Nancy O'Dell and husband at American Red Cross event

'This was locker room banter, a private conversation that took place many years ago. Bill Clinton has said far worse to me on the golf course - not even close,' he said in a statement. 'I apologize if anyone was offended.'

O'Dell has been married twice, the first time to Richard O'Dell from 1995 to November 2004. She was married for a second time to Keith Zubchevich in June 2005. 

It is unclear when Trump tried to seduce the television host. 

Donald Trump has apologized for the words he said in 2005 that were released on Friday

Donald Trump has apologized for the words he said in 2005 that were released on Friday

Trump apologized for the words he said in 2005 in a video statement shortly after midnight on Saturday.

'I've never said I'm a perfect person, nor pretended to be someone I'm not. I've said and done things I regret, and the words released today on this more than a decade-old video are one of them,' the Republican nominee said in the statement. 

'Anyone who knows me, knows these words don't reflect who I am. I said it, I was wrong, and I apologize.' 

'Hitting on married women? Condoning assault? Such vile degradations demean our wives and daughters and corrupt America's face to the world,' Mitt Romney tweeted
'As the grandfather of two precious girls, I find that no apology can excuse away Donald Trump's reprehensible comments degrading women,' Jeb Bush tweeted

Mitt Romney and Jeb Bush were two of the prominent Republican figures to attack Donald Trump over the remarks on Friday

WHO ARE THE REPUBLICANS WHO HAVE DENOUNCED DONALD TRUMP OVER HIS COMMENTS ON FRIDAY? 

Republican Speaker Paul Ryan

Texas Senator Ted Cruz 

Ohio Senator Rob Portman 

Kentucky Senator Mitch McConnell 

North Carolina Senator Richard Burr 

Pennsylvania Senator Pat Toomey 

Illinois Senator Mark Kirk 

Utah Congressman Jason Chaffetz 

Colorado Congressman Mike Coffman 

Ohio Governor John Kasich 

Utah Senator Mike Lee 

Arizona Senator John McCain

Tennessee Senator Bob Corker 

New Hampshire Senator Kelly Ayotte 

Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker 

Washington Congresswoman Cathy McMorris-Rodgers 

Arizona Senator Jeff Flake 

Former Utah Governor Jon Huntsman 

Florida Senator Marco Rubio 

Minnesota Congressman Erik Paulsen 

Illinois Congressman Robert Dold 

Before he had a chance to make his statement dozens of prominent Republicans had denounced the comments, with some even saying Trump should drop out.

Speaker Paul Ryan, Jeb Bush, Ted Cruz, Marco Rubio and Mitt Romney were some of the highest profile names to slam the nominee for the remarks. 

Others, including Illinois Senator Mark Kirk and former Utah Governor Jon Huntsman, said Trump should get out of the running all together. 

RNC chairman Reince Priebus also condemned Trump's 2005 comments in a statement on Friday night, saying in a statement: 'No woman should ever be described in these terms or talked about in this manner. Ever.' 

NBC insiders have called on the network to fire Billy Bush immediately after a recording of a conversation he had with Donald Trump in 2005 emerged

NBC insiders have called on the network to fire Billy Bush immediately after a recording of a conversation he had with Donald Trump in 2005 emerged

'Bush (pictured with Donald Trump in 2004) can't stay on a show that's primary viewing audience is women when he has now been caught in a conversation that is offensive to women everywhere,' the source said

TRANSCRIPT OF THE RECORDING FEATURING DONALD TRUMP'S LATEST CONTROVERSIAL COMMENTS

Trump: ‘You know and I moved on her actually. You know she was down on Palm Beach. I moved on her and I failed. I’ll admit it.

‘I did try and f*** her, she was married.’

Other voice: ‘That’s huge news!’

Trump: ‘No, no, Nancy. No this was – And I moved on her very heavily in fact I took her out furniture shopping. She wanted to get some furniture. I said, “I’ll show you where they have some nice furniture”.

‘I took her out for furniture. I moved on her like a b***h, but I couldn’t get there, and she was married. Then all of a sudden I see her, she’s now got the big phony t*ts and everything.

‘She’s totally changed her look.’

Billy Bush: ‘Sheesh, your girl’s hot as s***. In the purple.’

Multiple voices: ‘Whoa! Yes! Whoa!’

Bush: ‘Yes, the Donald has scored. Whoa, my man!’

Trump: ‘Look at you, you are a p***y. OK, you and I will walk down.’

Trump (speaking about actor Arianne Zucker): ‘Maybe it’s a different one.’

Bush: ‘It better not be the publicist. No, it’s her.’

Trump: ‘Yeah, that’s her. With the gold. I better use some Tic-Tacs just in case I start kissing her. You know I’m automatically attracted to beautiful – I just start kissing them. It’s like a magnet.

‘Just kiss. I don’t even wait. And when you’re a star they let you do it. You can do anything.’

Bush: ‘Whatever you want.’

Trump: ‘Grab them by the p***y. You can do anything.’

Bush: ‘Yeah those legs. All I can see is the legs.’

Trump: ‘Oh, it looks good.’

Bush: ‘Come on, shorty.’

Trump: ‘Oh nice legs, huh?’

Bush: ‘Oof, get out of the way honey. Oh, that’s the good legs. Go ahead.’

Trump (getting off the bus): ‘It’s always good if you don’t fall out of the bus. Like Ford, Gerald Ford, remember?’

Bush (after Trump knocks on the window for someone to open the door): ‘Down below. Pull the handle.’

Trump (to Zucker): ‘Hello, how are you, hi.’

Zucker: ‘Hi Mr Trump. How are you?’

Trump: ‘Nice seeing you. Terrific, terrific. You know Billy Bush?’

Bush: ‘Hello, nice to see you. How you doing, Arianne?’

Zucker: ‘I’m doing very well thank you. [To Trump] Are you ready to be a soap star?’

Trump: ‘We’re ready, let’s go. Make me a soap star.’

Bush: ‘How about a little hug for the Donald? He just got off the bus.’

Zucker: ‘Would you like a little hug, darling?’

Trump: ‘Absolutely. Melania said this was OK.’

Bush: ‘How about a little hug for the Bushy? I just got off the bus. Here we go, excellent. Well you’ve got a nice co-star here.’

Trump: ‘Good, after you. Come on Billy, don’t be shy.’

Bush: ‘As soon as a beautiful woman shows up he just, he takes off. This always happens.’

Zucker (waving to Bush): ‘I’m sorry, come here.’

Bush: ‘Let the little guy in here, come on.’

Zucker: ‘Yeah let the little guy in. How you feel now? Better? I should actually be in the middle.’

Bush: ‘It’s hard to walk next to a guy like this. Yeah, you get in the middle. There we go.’

Trump: ‘Good, that’s much better.’

Zucker: ‘This is much better. This is…’

Bush: ‘Now if you had to choose honestly between one of us. Me or the Donald?’

Trump: ‘I don’t know that’s tough competition.’

Zucker: ‘That’s some pressure right there.’

Bush: ‘Seriously, you had to take one of us as a date.’

Zucker: ‘I have to take the Fifth on that one… I’ll take both.’

Trump (near the Day of Our Lives studio): ‘Which way?’

Zucker: ‘Make a right. Here we go.’

Bush: ‘Here he goes. I’m gonna leave you here. Give me my microphone. ‘

Trump: ‘OK. OK. Oh, you’re finished?’

Bush: ‘You’re my man. Yeah.’

Trump: ‘Oh, good.’

Bush: ‘I’m gonna go do our show.'

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'Check out sex tape!' Trump and Clinton go to war on Twitter as he plays hardball against former Miss Universe Alicia Machado and Hillary calls him 'unhinged' 'You can do anything. Grab them by the p***y': Donald Trump recorded in lewd hot mic chat

  • Donald Trump caught bragging about trying to seduce a married woman
  • Republican nominee was recorded on an Access Hollywood set in 2005 
  • 'I moved on her and I failed. I’ll admit it. I did try and f*** her,' Trump said
  • He also said women allow him to do 'anything' to them because of his fame
  • 'You can do anything. Grab them by the p***y,' the GOP nominee said
  • Hillary Clinton described the comments as 'horrific' on Friday afternoon
  • 'This is horrific. We cannot allow this man to become president,' she said 

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Caught out: A 2005 recording captures Donald Trump making several lewd comments about women

'I moved on her and I failed. I’ll admit it. I did try and f*** her. She was married', he says in the recording published on Friday.

'And I moved on her very heavily. In fact, I took her out furniture shopping. She wanted to get some furniture. I said, "I’ll show you where they have some nice furniture".'

'I moved on her like a b****, but I couldn’t get there. And she was married,' he continues. 

'Then all of a sudden I see her, she’s now got the big phony t*ts and everything. She’s totally changed her look.'

Donald Trump is seen shaking hands with Arianne Zucker. The Republican nominee's shocking comments were recorded just moments before this meeting

Donald Trump is seen shaking hands with Arianne Zucker. The Republican nominee's shocking comments were recorded just moments before this meeting

At times another man's voice - presumably Bush's can be heard on the recording.

Bush then worked for Access Hollywood and now works on the Today show. The pair were on the set of the soap opera Days of Our Lives. Trump was about to record a segment on the show and Bush was there to interview him about it. 

The pair were captured chatting, presumably unaware their mics were recording the exchange. 

Arianne Zucker (middle) walks between Donald Trump and Billy Bush moments after they were recorded making shocking comments in 2005

Arianne Zucker (middle) walks between Donald Trump and Billy Bush moments after they were recorded making shocking comments in 2005

Donald Trump was recorded on a 'hot mic' bragging about how he pursued a married woman

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5:30 a.m.: Trump recommended that U.S. voters view a video of the former Miss Universe having sex on camera during the filming of a Spanish reality TV show
5:14 a.m.: Trump leaped into the fray by calling Alicia Machado's past 'terrible'

5:14 a.m.: Trump leaped into the fray by calling Alicia Machado's past 'terrible'

5:19 a.m.: Trump says Clinton was conned by an innocent-sounding beauty queen who had skeletons in her closet

CCTV captures final tragic moments of Mirna Salihin's life
TWITTER WAR: Clinton's campaign responded with a barrage of tweets, calling Trump 'unhinged' and saying he is peddling 'lies nad conspiracy theories'

'CHEAP LIES': Machado responds on Instagram (in translation)

Machado has claimed that Trump called her a series of derogatory names while she was battling weight gain afte rthe 1996 Miss Universe pageant, but her account has not been corroborated by anyone
The former Miss Universe was caught having sex on tape during the filming of a 2005 reality show called 'The Farm' in Spain, losing her fiance in the process
Machado became a U.S. citizen last month and boasted that she would vote for Hillary Clinton in November
Italian TV presenter's boob falls out of her dress live on TV
Former Miss Universe talks about being treated badly by Trump

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Comment by Vana on October 13, 2016 at 1:32pm

Still Trump was talking to a reporter and what do reporters do? they report!  They don't express an opinion, just report it. Too bad Billy got caught up with Trump.  Trump was trying to screw a MARRIED woman.  If he was broke, he would not be able to get near her to do anything. Power Corrupts!  Women should be respected not objectified.

Comment by Wycliff on October 10, 2016 at 10:56pm
His b**** ass should be fired.
Comment by Susette Bookal on October 10, 2016 at 9:02pm
Trump is a sexual predator who has sense of entitlement because of his money and power!
Comment by mr1stroke on October 10, 2016 at 12:47pm

but ts already the second debate, conversation about women is more important than the real issues, like the economy, policing, gun violence in the black community, none of those bogus candidates are yet to address any of the issues, this is a big f****** jokes, and negros fall right in the distraction, every one are going off about the dumb conversation, when they can have two men kissing on national tv while the kids watching, i dont get involve with nonsense why exactly should i cast my vote for any of those clowns

Comment by AfricanGoddess on October 10, 2016 at 12:30pm

Ah,yes... true nature of the ex cave dwellers to demean and be beastly towards females. Why are the conservative coming off shock when they know this is how most of them treat females,while putting on a civilized face to the rest of society.

I can only imagine what women goes through being around this disrespectful,sexist jerk. His money make him believe he is invincible... he is a repulsive predator!

Most likely have a 1inch micro pecker(wood) and the reason he is overcompensating with his intolerable,narcisstic views.

Anyway, all are inclusive to this big circus performance... more distraction for the masses since none can fix any of the ailments at this time... which means more upheaval and wars to come.

Comment by mr1stroke on October 9, 2016 at 12:59am
Wycliff exactly mufuckers act like they never talk about women just like you have those insecure men who walk around being mad when someone looks out their women but those are the same mufuckers who love to grill other men's women Hillary couldn't win any campaign unless she spend the money they stole from Haiti Bernie Sanders was a big challenge to her now she is repeating everything that Bernie used to talk about and yes the b**** is a l**** she was with yoko Ono if I say the name right the window of John Lennon every one are getting paid not to talk anout her I wrote a I letter to Cnn Friday regarding her I will post it on here this week
Comment by Wycliff on October 8, 2016 at 7:05pm
What is wrong with talking about f****** a woman or guys talking about f****** women. If he had talked about buggering her, you wouldn't' hear a word from the media or these funny politicians. They don't f*** their women they bugger them. This conversation in this election is irrelevant. It suggests to me that Mrs. Clinton cannot win this election unless they get grimy. It was suggested sometime ago that she was a lesbian and was in a lesbian relationship. No one dares not talk about that if you are heterosexual you will be crucify, in this culture. It seems as, if this election is fair Mrs. Clinton cannot win. Mr. Trump's comments is not sexual harassment. F*** you who is listening right now.
Comment by Susette Bookal on October 8, 2016 at 5:34pm
It's no wonder there's so much sexual harassment in the workplace. Fox network just had to pay out millions because they refused to listen to the women who were complaining about being harassed by the Hot Shot executive.
Comment by mr1stroke on October 8, 2016 at 4:58pm

Susette Bookal and as for the part about my sister i collect weapons all day every day, unless this is the first time you come across my comment any one on here who knows me will tell you that is one of the thing i say i will kill for no one will f*** with the women in my family, but never the less it can be out of my hand all 4 of my sisters are married their husband came from the same world i came from and we support them very much in what ever they get into in defend of my sisters, so hot shots or not we shouldnt even be talking about that and it goes both ways if i disrespect a woman i know i can be a victims so since i was raised by strong women with strong women, i know how to hunt a woman with no disrespect, and the man says he is attracted to beautiful women and what he would do, he didnt actually do it, have some f****** sense damn it, this must be a room with a bunch of faggots what ya having a f****** dry sausage party here

Comment by mr1stroke on October 8, 2016 at 4:49pm

Susette Bookal man stop the nonsense trying to play innocent like you mufuckers never done anything like that unless you are gay i understand you are never been with your boys and talk about women, which it was two men on the bus talking about what they would do, now im sure you are more educated than that and i dont have time for nonsense comment i clearly state when a man is powerful and successful he wants what he wants and he will aim for it how ever he pleases, when it comes to beautiful women some of us men are weak at our knees and that is what we aim for, no one is talking about object as men we always discuss what we would do to a woman how we would do her when she looks good point blank period if any one of you are mean and tell me you never have that type of conversation even in a different way about a good looking woman, you are the biggest liar on earth so stop the bullshit, trying to be perfect hoping to get some p**** on here its saturday stop being desperate going out and hunt the night is young

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