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The effect of the Washington Post's release of NBC's archived video footage of Donald Trump's conversation with Billy Bush on a bus on a studio lot has gone beyond the politics of did he or didn't he and spread into a national conversation that can be grouped into two parts. The groupings follow from the impact of a clearly audible conversation guided by Donald Trump who on tape describes his efforts and angst at not being able to persuade a married woman (entertainment anchor Nancy O'Dell) to have sex with him, although he tried "mightily" and was newly married at the time.
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