Carolyn and Lenny lock eyes during the wonderment of this display, and then Trump attempts to complete the following speech: "You lost to a better jingle. Your song wasn't that good." Meanwhile, Bryce is screaming at him, trying to interrupt, and getting yelled down by Trump. Sensing a momentary break in the wisdom, Bryce screams, "I was raised in a certain way!" He starts bitching weirdly about how he's "not going to throw people under the bus," but...just looks more and more crazy. All this integrity talk gets you exactly one place: Trump says "bring back two people," you say "no," he fires you on the spot. Instead of what Bryce did, which is bring back a Jew and an immigrant for being Jewish and Russian, respectively. Which is impressively crazy and in aggressively poor taste, but not all that "integrity" usually would imply.
Trump: "I think it is terrible that you brought Lee back."
Bryce: "You can [fucking] send him home right now [because I told you to]."
Trump: "Excuse me? Maybe I will [, pissant]."
Bryce: "[Whatever, asshole.]"
Carolyn: "[This is the best thing that has ever happened in my life.]"
Trump: "I think it's terrible that you brought back Lee and Lenny, instead of Charmaine and Tarek. I think it's terrible that you were late to the meeting. Bryce, you're fired."
He dismisses them after a few gulping seconds of adrenaline, and Bryce thanks him. Trump tells him that he has "great potential," and I agree, and not just in the "...to take out a family of six in a Luby's" way either. He's got lots of strengths. Kissing ass is not one. Making a plan is not one. Acting like an adult in the face of adversity, not so much. Reading a room is not at all a strength of Bryce's. But he's a good salesguy, he plays boy games really well, he's a smart talker and probably a good writer, and that's 80\% of what it takes for somebody like him to succeed. Bryce and his motherfucking integrity hold the door open for Lee and Lenny, and they both pat his belly on their way out, giggling about what a chucker Bryce has always been, to pile into the elevator back up.