Trump tells the staff that now, they are the employees. They'll be taken to their respective destinations separately, while Bill and Kwame ride in style in private limos. Oooh, nice. Trump hands out instructions to the guys, and sends everyone on their way. As they all leave the building, Kwame interviews that interestingly, when they had the opportunity to choose their teams, they both chose exactly the same teams they had before -- and indeed, this is the same configuration that was in play during the art task, which Kwame PM'd and lost by a factor of about fifteen, so...it's like "don't mess with success," only in Kwame's case, the opposite of that. Kwame comments on how odd it was to have the rest of his team travel by SUV while he traveled by Town Car. He apparently enjoyed it, though, as he explains how he spent the drive figuring out how to "deploy" the members of his team so that they could "hit the ground running" once they got to Atlantic City. That fascinates me. I've always wanted a job where I could be "deployed" without encountering any physical danger. You don't really "deploy" writers, though. Except in the case of recapping American Idol. (Rimshot!) Kwame talks to his people on the Space Communicator, and tells them what their assignments will be. He tells Assorama she's going to be on logistics, because he thinks they'll be good at that. "Oh, completely," she says. "We've got to make sure that you shine." Kwame tells her he appreciates it, and he thinks they'll do the task as a team. He repeats in his interview that micromanagement is not his style -- he gives the plan, and then he follows up and makes sure people are executing it.
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