Eric asks Kelly what she did, and she says she did marketing and sales and tasked people with duties. She put Stephanie in sales, and she failed miserably. Trump has to shush Stephanie from screaming over Kelly this time. Trump asks if Stephanie wasn't really in the position of sales, not location, and shouldn't Kelly have spoken to Mahsa or someone instead of Stephanie about a location in New York? Trump says it's very simple: Kelly failed the task, and is fired. This is the first episode I've really noticed her, and I won't miss that voice. In the lobby, Stephanie tells Kelly she was the wrong girl to turn against. Kelly tells her to shut up, but it's Stephanie, so she totally won't. Trump tells the Trumplets that was "all too obvious," and they shockingly agree.
Taxicab confession: Kelly says that Stephanie lied about picking the location, because she did choose it and was wrong. But Kelly accepts responsibility for letting the location go. Though she's sure karma will get Kelly soon enough. Kelly's "Next Steps" segment isn't at all about her having a job, but mostly about her wanting a job. Not really a success story is it.
Next week: David hasn't changed. He's still a loon. And the women get in a big fight: Brandy vs. Mahsa. And Trump tells someone they shouldn't have lied to him. It's getting dirty. And I still hate them all.
DeAnn, a writer and editor in Portland, Oregon, misses Joan Rivers and Annie Duke; it's that bad. You can contact her at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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