Sanders, pressed Monday in The New York Times reporting, said Trump had "addressed this" and "made his position clear at that time."
Trump apologized for the video that came to light weeks before the 2016 election. When asked if that position had changed, Sanders said "No".
"The president has not changed his position," he added. "I think that, in any case, what the president questions is that the media reports on that with precision."
When asked what report he was questioning, Sanders had already "approached" him and was questioning "those that are valid." .
After the press conference, CNN asked Sanders to clarify if he declared that Trump questions the New York Times report, but she did not respond immediately.
Trump's "Access Hollywood" tape comments under renewed scrutiny as badual badault Allegations against powerful men in a variety of industries come to light, including those filed against Alabama Republican Senate candidate Roy Moore . Trump has decided to stay with Moore, despite accusations by several women that Moore had bad with them when they were teenagers and was 30 years old. The legal age of consent in Alabama is 16.
A woman alleges that Moore improperly touched her when she was 14 years old. Another woman accused Moore of badually badaulting her when she was 16 years old.
Moore has repeatedly denied the allegations.  More than a dozen women accused Trump of badual misconduct during the elections following the recording of "Access Hollywood," which was recorded in 2005.
"When you're a star, they let you do it." He can do anything, "Trump said on the tape." Pick them up by the p ****. You can do anything. "
The Times reported, however, that Trump" suggested to a senator earlier this year "that the recording" was not authentic "and then" repeated that claiming an advisor more recently. "
Those reported denials contradicted the apology that issued after the video was published in 2016.
" I said it, I was wrong, and I apologize, "he said in a brief video statement.