Toral starts in about how it's a "politically divisive group," which isn't precisely what she means, and complains how "every time there's an idea from this side," indicating herself and Marshawn and Rebecca, it gets ignored or shot down. Trump asks if the "sides" are her and Rebecca versus everybody else, and Toral is like, "You know what? I won't even bring her into this." Such a good friend, that Toral. Felisha shouts, "What ideas? You didn't speak!" Toral continues to interrupt: "You know, every time you have an idea, they roll their eyes and they squelch the idea, Mr. Trump. I would fire Felisha in a minute. She's inappropriate " Trump's like, "You're totally already fired, but your madness amuses. Why's she inappropriate?" Toral bears herself up regally: "Mr. Trump. Felisha compelled me [ME!] to wear the costume of Zip, and because I did not want to wear that costume " Trump's like, "The hell you say?"
Toral explains that there are two reasons, which she would "characterize as personal, and also cultural." Talk like a person, Toral. First of all, it takes "a lifetime to build a reputation, and some small judgment errors...really destroy a reputation" and that "wearing a chicken suit or a Zip outfit" is "contrary to the image" she has built of herself in her own deluded mind. Complete the thought, Toral! GOD! Trump's like, "Funny you should mention chicken suits, because I totally wore one on Saturday Night Live, so you just called me a chump." Marshawn and the Bloven laugh and smile because they totally remember that. Toral complains that it's okay for him because he's Mr. Trump, Mr. Trump, but that she's merely an "up-and-coming business person," whatever the hell that means. Then there's the second reason, which, straight from her horrible mouth, is "obviously having to do with some cultural values and some religious values that I think this is not the forum for." Trump: "Oh snap!"
He begs her to cut it out, if she's just using the religion card, and she protests overmuch about how there's an "absolute religious tenet" having to do with something or another, and he asks if she told the rest of Capital Edge that. They all scream NO! And she continues to boldly lie about stuff nobody ever lies about, ever, because it's just too icky: "Mr. Trump, I...said there are cultural and personal reasons," and he's like, "Okay, you have to tell the truth, we're talking about religion." Dude, if Donald Trump is like, "Your ethics are a little bendy," you need some religion.