Trump now suggests that we "open up the floor to the audience." The first person who is called on is a guy named John, who cites Kelly's "leadership qualities" and tries to get off a little joke by saying to Regis that Kelly is his "final answer." Dude. You've got to blow on your jokes occasionally, and if a half-inch of dust wafts back in your face? Leave them to die. Just a suggestion.
Next up, a woman named Lisa stands up and says that Jen and Kelly are both great, but that Kelly has a law degree and and MBA, and he has "practical work experience." She goes on to make some very impenetrable statements about companies, and working in companies, and learning from working for companies in companies and about companies, or something, and I become confused and have to administer oxygen to myself. Thanks, Lisa!
One more: a woman named Karen stands up and says that she likes Jen. She feels like "the lone crusader." She says that Jen has "this quiet power." Yeah. It's the kind of power that makes people think she's not doing anything, when really, she is. That's quite a power she's got there. "She motivated people who didn't like her," Karen insists. Like...who? Who was motivated by Jen? No one was motivated by Jen. Pam and Chris worked on that task because that's who they are, and Stacy worked on it because she's an insufferable suck-up, and I haven't ever seen any evidence that she "doesn't like" Jen. In fact, they probably share a lawyer's self-pity club in which they discuss the pains of being smarter than everyone else.