Ivanka tells Trump how tough it is to be brutal in this situation. Trump says it's a little tough, but it's more sad than anything. Joan interviews how horrible it is as we see her hugging Dennis goodbye. She says it was like an intervention, and to see Dennis Rodman defending himself, and defending that he was a great athlete, killed her. She's actually crying as she continues: "Absolutely killed me." At least she didn't say "Literally." She says he's a good guy deep down, but she doesn't know if he'll ever let that good guy come out. Dennis is hugging people goodbye, and telling them he'll see them down the road and not to worry about it. Clint tells him it's all love.
In the car, Dennis sits silent, but there's a voiceover of him interviewing that says he has no excuses for what happened, and that he has to take the bullet and go home and deal with this. He says he'll come back stronger. He says not to count Dennis out, that he'll be okay. Our regular credits are followed by a link to Alcoholics Anonymous.
Next week: Trump does something outrageous, almost causing a celebrity mutiny.
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