Arianne Zucker, one of the subjects in Donald Trump’s lewd 2005 conversation with Access Hollywood host Billy Bush, is opening up about the GOP presidential candidate’s vulgar remarks.
Speaking with “Today” show host Janet Shamlian in her first interview since the video surfaced, the “Days of Our Lives” star, 42, says that Donald Trump’s “offensive” behaviour was less than surprising. “Not with that type of personality — I wasn’t shocked, which is probably why it doesn’t mean a lot to me.”
The mother of one adds that she hopes this video will be a learning experience for men. “I think young men can learn from this how not to be in front of women or when they’re speaking about women,” she says. “I’m ready to use it in a proper way. I’m ready to use it for positivity.”
Since the tape was released, Bush has been suspended from his position on “Today”, while Trump brushed off his past remarks as “locker room talk”.