Trump, impressed as usual by Jen's barrage of crap, tells Kelly that he "had better get going," not that he's even been allowed to talk yet. So Kelly takes a breath and prepares to talk. But clearly, even though Trump is trying to move to Kelly, Jen again fails to listen to what the guy she's supposed to impress is saying, and simply goes back to talking, putting Trump in the position of forcibly cutting her off: "I have to give [Kelly] a chance." So that's twice she ignored "wrap it up" signals from Trump, making him do the awkward business of shutting her up. Bad form, and again, the kind of klutzy etiquette that lawyers engage in all the time once they get inside The Bubble and forget how normal people deal with each other.
Finally, Kelly gets to talk, and he says he should be chosen based on "experience and consistency." Wow. Inspiring. I can almost hear the sound of trumpets when I think of a man who has shown...consistency, zzzzzzzz. Kelly says that West Point trains leaders, and says that he then got experience in the Army. Trump asks him to focus on business, and Kelly points out that Ace told Trump that military experience does translate into business in that you know both how to follow and lead. Kelly also points out that he's taken his two graduate degrees and started several businesses. No, no, Kelly! Don't point out your education! Trump hates that! He's already fired the most educated person he's ever seen! Kelly rattles off his areas of actual functional business experience -- "marketing, sales, finance" -- but Trump cuts him off. He just wants to know whether Kelly thinks West Point is an advantage over Harvard and Princeton, because that's apparently the theme. Kelly says that he greatly respects Princeton and Harvard, and has nothing negative to say about them. Thus, by refusing to get into the pissing match in the first place, he wins the point without even answering the question, so...the guy is smooth, if nothing else. Kelly returns to his winning record on tasks, comparing his 10-4 to Jen's record of 6-8, meaning that, more often than not, Jen came out of tasks on the losing side.