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How Will Leaked Donald Trump Tape Effect Billy Bush’s Career? Suspended ‘Today’ Host Reportedly Fears He ‘Can’t Recover’

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Billy Bush is in hot water following the unearthing of 11-year-old footage of he and presidential hopeful Donald J. Trump alluding to sexual assault. The “Today” show host has been suspended by NBC News while they delve deeper into the tape, which was shot inside an “Access Hollywood” bus in 2005, but some speculate that the scandal may have been a major blow to Bush’s career.
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