Trump and his viceroys discuss the upcoming firing. McMahon thinks Jennie lacks the competitive killer instinct here, and Ivanka thinks Empresario would be screwed without Marilu. When they come back in, Marilu starts right in making excuses about people with different energy levels, working styles, and amounts of respect for each other. (Omarosa.). Trump asks Marilu why she brought Carol and Jennie, and she basically says that she can afford to lose these two, as opposed to Omarosa and Nely, with whom she works very well. Jennie admits that she feels overwhelmed just being in a room with Omarosa and Nely. Trump is quite understanding when she says she isn't used to it: "Don't get used to it. Stay the way you are. I think you're fantastic. But Jennie, for my purpose, you're fired." He tells Jennie to return to her own world, which is better after all, and win some more Olympics. After the women leave, everyone agrees that Trump made the right call. Try not to faint from shock.
In the limo, Jennie tells us that she hates losing, especially by such a narrow margin. She regrets not getting to show her leadership abilities, but she's looking forward to "getting back on the playing field and training, getting ready and preparing for the Olympics, and being a mom and a wife." Wow, that's a daunting to-do list.