Pageant co-hosts Billy Bush and "Celebrity Apprentice" star Claudia Jordan stand onstage at the Miss Universe 2009 pageant held at Atlantis on Paradise Island in the Bahamas August 23, 2009. REUTERS/Lucas Jackson
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firing of presenter Billy Bush Monday from NBC's "Today" show for taking part in a 2005 lewd conversation with Republican White House contender Donald Trump highlights the fine line celebrity media must walk in their bid to get access to the stars.Bush, 45, was working at the time for NBC's syndicated "Access Hollywood," a mix of celebrity gossip, entertainment and light-hearted interviews.Feldstein said it was hard to feel sympathetic for Bush, who he felt had crossed a line in his conversation with Trump "with enthusiasm". But he said Bush was also being singled out for a larger, institutional problem of sexism in the entire media.
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