Trump asks Rich if he should fire Meat Loaf or Lil Jon. Rich gives him an emphatic no. Trump asks Busey who he should bring back to the boardroom. Busey thinks they all did a great job with what they were doing, even though they were frustrated with the time element. He says he doesn't have a feeling of firing anyone. Trump says Busey's messed up, but the other guys have to admit Busey's a good guy. Rich says "Absolutely." Trump says he likes that Busey's a different kind of guy, because you meet so many people who make you fall asleep over lunch that it's nice to have someone so different. The guys all nod, and Meat Loaf says they like it to a point, but when they want to win a task, it's difficult.
Ivanka says one of the things she observed when she was down there was that the team members were looking for opportunity to vent their frustration on their own. She noticed a lot of unease within the group, even from Busey. She says there was a sense he hadn't delegated, and the one case in which he had delegated, to Meat Loaf, it was efficient but not effective. Busey says, "That was in the case of cooking." Ivanka classily refrains from saying "Duh" and just offers, "Yeah."
Trump asks who came up with the variety package. Meat Loaf says Busey did it, but Busey says Lil Jon helped him and wanted to put as many steaks in it as possible. Meat Loaf puts his head in his hands, so Trump asks again about his frustration. Don says Meat Loaf's praised on every task, and Meat Loaf says he was praised on this one as well. Trump says he's going to make him very happy, and then fires Busey. The guys hang back in the boardroom and let Busey clear out first. Trump says that was pretty obvious, and Ivanka says it will be interesting to see how they do now. Don thinks they'll do great without that tension. Busey cheerily greets the driver downstairs.