Now Trump Is Reportedly Claiming the Access Hollywood Tape Is Fake

Posted November 28, 2017

President Trump is now suggesting the Access Hollywood tape, which surfaced weeks before the election a year ago and famously featured him bragging to then-host Billy Bush about sexual assault by grabbing women by the "pussy", was perhaps not authentic.

President Donald Trump has suggested, at least twice since January, that the infamous 2005 "Access Hollywood" tape The Washington Post uncovered during the 2016 presidential race is a fake, according to The New York Times.

On the tape that was made public in October 2016, Trump could be heard bragging about inappropriately touching and grabbing women during a conversation with former "Access Hollywood" co-host Billy Bush. At the time, Trump acknowledged the voice on the recording was his and apologized for his vulgar comments about non-consensually grabbing women by the genitals while simultaneously dismissing his inappropriate language as "locker room talk".

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Trump reportedly sees the calls for Moore to exit the Alabama race as a version of the scathing response that the "Access Hollywood" tape prompted. He suggested to a senator earlier this year that it was not authentic, and repeated that claim to an adviser more recently.

Billy Bush of "Access Hollywood" interviews Donald Trump at a "Celebrity Apprentice" event at Trump Tower on January 20, 2015.

Both Trump and Moore face multiple, unrelated sexual assault allegations, which they both have denied.

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Pressed to specify what reporting Trump is questioning, Sanders said, "I said what he didn't like and what he found troubling were the accounts that are being reported now".

The president has refused to condemn Moore amid the allegations, even as his daughter Ivanka Trump and other Republican party members have called for Moore to step down. "I don't think this is an offhand comment".

Following the debate, 13 women publicly alleged that Trump had sexually harassed or assaulted them.

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"I said it, it was wrong, and I apologize. Nobody has more respect for women than I do".