Q: Cant bolt transmission to engine

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Swapping an engine. Engine swapping out was hooked to an automatic transmission. Engine going in was hooked to a manual transmission. Torque converter won't fit due to the bearing. Can that be swapped out with the bushing in the other crank shaft? If so, how is it removed and is it pressed in?
My car has an automatic transmission.

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