This is a tricky thing to navigate.

Savannah Guthrie and her Today show co-hosts briefly touched on Billy Bush's suspension this morning, but they made sure not to go into too much detail and leave the whole situation somewhat ambiguous. The TV host is being punished for his involvement in those sexist audio recordings with Donald Trump, which were leaked last week and taken back in 2005.

"We want to note one other thing. Pending further review of the matter, NBC News has suspended Billy Bush as the host of Today's third hour for his role in that conversation with Donald Trump," Guthrie told viewers.

Later on during the program, Al Roker and Tamron Hall added their two cents.

"As you can see Billy Bush is not joining us today, as you're probably aware, (he was) part of that 2005 Access Hollywood taping with Donald Trump that's been in the news all weekend," Roker noted. "NBC, which owns Access Hollywood, has suspended Billy for his role in that conversation pending further review," Hall added.

Bush, for his part, apologized to fans on Twitter before deleting his account.

"Obviously I'm embarrassed and ashamed. t's no excuse, but this happened 11 years ago — I was younger, less mature and acted foolishly in playing along. I'm very sorry," he wrote.

We bet ol' Billy Boy wishes he hadn't laughed along while the Republican presidential nominee joked about grabbing women by the p***y!