“I was there, you were there, that’s your voice on the tape”

“That is your voice,” Bush said on The Late Show. “I was there, you were there, that’s your voice on the tape.”

The appearance followed a rousing op-ed published in the New York Times Sunday in which the former NBC host expressed solidarity with women who have come forward to accuse the president of sexual misconduct. Bush had largely disappeared from the public eye after The Washington Post reported in October 2016 on the now-infamous Access Hollywood tape, in which Donald Trump boasts about sexually assaulting women.

“Enough’s enough,” Bush added, “stop playing around with people’s lives.”