Trump asks Steuart who he'd choose, and Steuart says he would choose Clint. He says he was impressed on this task, but also on other tasks. He thinks he might not know everything, but he can adapt, and is an "exceptional person." Awww. They're like the new Troy and Kwame. Then Trump asks Mahsa, and Brandy rolls her eyes. Mahsa points out that she had a bigger problem with Clint coming out of her firing than with Brandy, but she'd choose Clint. She says the reason is that she was with him when he walked around greeting people, and he truly has a spark and charisma that lights people up. She says she could see it in the people he greeted, and she then got why he was in the final two. Now it's Liza's turn, and she chooses Brandy without a doubt. Liza says she tried to get Brandy out for weeks, and couldn't. Then she says that she lied Clint was the strongest in the final three because she would have rather played against Clint.
Ivanka's opinion: She was extremely impressed with the execution of the dinner, since they fed 500 people in forty-five minutes. She also liked how he engaged the golfers. And the décor was gorgeous. Trump agrees. Then asks Don what she thought of Brandy. He thought they did great, but with a big negative of the clubs not being up to the caliber of the prizes they're used to. That said, the VIPs all enjoyed the tournament and had a great time. Trump thinks those are great reviews. Then he thanks the six teammates, with a special thanks for Liza for being a good golfer, tells them they're all great and to call if they ever need any help, then sends them out. He reminds Clint and Brandy what show they're on: "One of you will become The Apprentice." Can we do it now?
Trump congratulates them both, saying there are no losers in this room. He asks Clint why he should hire him, and he goes on and on about his education, and how he's a well-known leader where he's from. And he's a "CEO in a box," just waiting to take over an entity. Trump asks what job Clint would want if he were to become his apprentice. He sites a resort Trump's building in Scotland, and says he'd be happy to leave Texas or go anywhere to learn from Trump. Then Trump asks Brandy, and she says she'll keep hers shorter, but she thinks she's proven herself and that if they got to know her better, they would work well together. Then she says that she would like to work with Don or Ivanka or Eric, because she would like to learn from the next generation of Trump. He thinks that's a very good answer, because his kids are smart and great (and, really, they are).