Nancy O'Dell Reacts To Controversial Lewd Donald Trump Tape

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According to "Access Hollywood", Nancy O'Dell, who now serves as host for "Entertainment Tonight", was the woman Trump was referring to. She said everyone deserved respect, whether or not cameras were rolling. While his wife maintains her stature within the world of Hollywood journalism, Keith has done his part to help raise the couple's three kids - two from his previous marriage and a daughter born to them in 2007.

O'Dell co-hosted, along with her Access Hollywood colleague Billy Bush, the Trump-owned Miss USA pageant in 2004 and 2005, The Daily Beast reported.

"I moved on her and I failed", Trump says.

"Politics aside, I'm saddened that these comments still exist in our society at all", O'Dell said.

The married TV host targeted by Donald Trump in his raunchy rant caught on video slammed the foul-mouthed mogul Saturday for objectifying women.

On Friday, The Washington Post revealed the recording which was made on an Access Hollywood set in 2005.

Trump added a postscript, adding that he no longer found O'Dell desirable: "Then, all of a sudden I see her, she's now got the big phony (breasts) and everything, she's totally changed her look".

"And I moved on her very heavily".

In a statement released tonight he admitted his words were "foolish" and that "Anyone who knows me, knows these words don't reflect who I am". In fact, I took her out furniture shopping.

"I apologise if anyone was offended". She wanted to get some furniture. "I've gotta use some Tic Tacs, just in case I start kissing her", Trump said, among other things. And she was married, ' he continued.

"You know I'm automatically attracted to beautiful - I just start kissing them".

This spring, he swapped places with Today's Natalie Morales, joining NBC's flagship morning show in its 9 a.m. hour while she took over anchor duties on Access Hollywood.

Trump made his disgraceful comments about O'Dell to Bush in 2005.

"As a woman who has worked very hard to establish her career, and as a mom, I feel I must speak out with the hope that as a society we will always strive to be better", O'Dell said.

"It's not excuse, but this happened eleven years ago - I was younger, less mature, and acted foolishly in playing along".