Billy Bush’s tweet about the George Floyd protests wasn’t well received, including by his former "Access Hollywood "colleague Shaun Robinson.
The "Extra" host also reveals what happened when he saw President Trump at George H.W. Bush's funeral.
Yahoo has learned that Lopez will not be fired from "Access Hollywood" despite reports to the contrary.
Former Trump campaign staffer Alva Johnson says the president kissed her without consent before a campaign event in 2016.
The federal agents who raided the office of President Trump’s personal lawyer, Michael Cohen, on Monday were specifically looking for records related to the “Access Hollywood” tape where Trump bragged about grabbing women by their genitals.
Billy Bush has taken his apology tour to the "Late Show," but Ken Tucker says we shouldn't reward the former "Access Hollywood" host too much for a scintilla of self-awareness now.
Billy Bush visited "The Late Show With Stephen Colbert," where he talked about the infamous "Access Hollywood" audio tape with Donald Trump.
Tom Cruise sat down with Scott Evans of Access Hollywood and talked Top Gun. More precisely, he talked about the upcoming sequel to the 1986 smash hit.
Seven months after the infamous “grab them by the pussy” recording got Bush fired (and nearly toppled Trump’s White House run), the former “Today” host goes public with what happened on that bus, the people who knew about the tape, how he broke the “awful” news to his daughters and now his bold comeback move: “I plan to return to the job that I love.”
By now, President Trump’s controversial Access Hollywood interview with Billy Bush from 2005, in which he refers to grabbing a woman’s genitals, has become infamous. According to a new article in the New York Times, Ivanka Trump was reportedly brought to tears while attempting to convince her father to make a public apology after the tape surfaced.
On Tuesday night, Rachel Maddow announced a scoop on her MSNBC show. This was an unusual display: Fox News rarely acknowledges that any other channel than Fox News exists, let alone gives a plug to an MSNBC show airing live at that moment. It suggests a couple of things: how much more competitive MSNBC has become in the ratings, and how invested Fox News is in maintaining the cozy relationship it has with the president.
President Obama’s visit to Jimmy Kimmel Live! on Monday night found the president in a relaxed, open mood, something that will irritate those of his critics who have recently said he should be running the country instead of campaigning for Hillary Clinton. He said the reason “Michelle [Obama] is so passionate,” and why he has been stumping for Clinton, is because “there is something qualitatively different about the way Trump has operated in the political sphere. ...
As expected, the end has come for Billy Bush on "Today." NBC announced Bush’s suspension after a video from 2005 surfaced in which he and Donald Trump speak inappropriately about women. It was widely speculated that the suspension would eventually lead to Bush being fired, and on Monday night, that speculation was proven to be correct when NBC announced Bush’s departure.
The 'Today' show host was caught on a hot mic engaged in a lewd, misogynistic and predatory conversation with Donald Trump during a 2005 'Access Hollywood' segment.
Arianne Zucker, the Days of Our Lives actress who appeared in the infamous video in which Donald Trump and Billy Bush demean and objectify women, spoke with NBC News for Today. When asked if she was shocked, Zucker replied, “Not with that type of personality, I wasn’t shocked."
On Wednesday’s "Late Night With Seth Meyers," Vice President Joe Biden addressed Donald Trump’s leaked taped from a 2005 "Access Hollywood" appearance in which he made lewd comments and mentioned that he had groped women without their consent.
Touting an exclusive — “Donald Trump’s first national interview after the debate and the Access Hollywood tape!” — Bill O’Reilly welcomed Trump into his No Spin Bachelor Pad on Tuesday night. The Republican standard-bearer proceeded to take The O’Reilly Factor on a wild ride.
Stephen Colbert has the week off from "The Late Show," but that didn’t prevent him from delivering a monologue on Monday evening about Sunday’s second presidential debate. Colbert did it from his home—in his study, he said, cradling a kitty cat that came in handy when he had to use euphemisms for the worst words Donald Trump used during his "Access Hollywood" brain-trust session with Billy Bush.
Billy Bush, co-anchor of Today’s Take, the third hour of Today, has been suspended for his actions in the leaked video from 2005 in which Bush and Donald Trump can be heard demeaning and objectifying women.
The Debate Was The Climax Of An Insane Media Day Sunday night’s second Presidential debate was another dramatic event, with Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton throwing down over both policy differences and what is now the most famous segment Access Hollywood never aired: the recently released videotape of Trump making lewd remarks about women. Trump-scandal dominated Sunday: Shortly before the debate began, Billy Bush was suspended from the Today show in the wake of his obsequious encouragement of Trump’s bully-boy remarks as they made trailer trash-talk. As these women expressed their pain and their support for Trump, Trump’s campaign manager, Steve Bannon, could be seen smirking behind the barrage of press photographers.