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Former NBC television host Billy Bush accused U.S. President Donald Trump of "indulging in some revisionist history" for reportedly telling allies it was not his voice making lewd remarks as the men waited to film a segment for "Access Hollywood" in 2005.
"He said it. 'Grab 'em by the p___y,'" Bush wrote in an editorial published in the New York Times on Sunday.
The New York Times reported last month that Trump has been privately telling aides and allies, including at least one U.S. senator, that the voice on the recording was not his.
That would be a reversal from his immediate acknowledgment of responsibility after the tape surfaced weeks ahead of the 2016 presidential election. Trump said: "I said it, I was wrong, and I apologize."
Reuters has not been able to verify the Times report that he has been privately telling allies a different story.
The White House did not immediately respond to a request for comment on Bush's remarks. But White House spokeswoman Sarah Sanders played down the Times report at a White House briefing on Nov. 27.
"The President hasn't changed his position. I think if anything that the president questions, it's the media's reporting on that accuracy," Sanders said.
Bush laughed on the video as Trump spoke and he lost his job as a host of NBC's flagship morning "Today" show after the tape was leaked to the media in October, upending Trump's campaign to become president.
(Disclosure: NBC and CNBC are owned by Comcast.)