Saturday, October 15, 2016

Consequences, unless you're running for president

[So much Trump stuff piling up.   So four short ones today, then something different tomorrow.]

Billy Bush was the host of Access Hollywood tv show.  It was he who was laughing with Donald Trump on that studio bus in 2005 when Trump boasted about his predatory sexual behavior with women.  Bush later apologized for taking part in the conversation, but he was indefinitely suspended from his job.  Which led Trevor Noah to observe, on Comedy Central's Daily Show:

"Welcome to the 2016 presidential election.   If you're on TV and you say something that offends the nation, you can lose your job.    But don't worry;  you can still run for president."

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