At any rate, Trump says that Net Worth will be going to the Twenty-One Club for dinner, and they'll be visiting the vaults, and Trump is apparently coming along. And Magna? You are headed for the Boardroom.
Later, Net Worth meets up with Trump and Melania at the club, and they're taken inside. Tara explains that they went to this slick place for their reward, and it was "an amazing experience." They take a tour of the old wine cellar, including the long skewer-slash-key that had to be used to get in during Prohibition. Trump leads them in, and that's where dinner is set up. Trump praises them for their victory, claims not to have been surprised, and congratulates John on his good leadership. John interviews that he was incredibly excited when Trump said he did well and reached out and shook his hand. Brian asks Trump about a story that has been previously semi-debunked on Snopes (though not as firmly as many things are debunked, in fairness) about Trump receiving roadside assistance from a couple of strangers and then paying off their mortgage as a thank-you. Is this story true? Brian wants to know. Trump says calmly that it is true. It's certainly not outside the realm of possibility, I guess, but it's weird that he would really do it after similar legends popped up about other celebrities. And really, it's not like there's anyone out there who could prove it isn't true, you know? I remain a little skeptical, unlike Brian, who says, "That is fucking awesome." Believe it or not, I would know enough not to swear in that situation, though, even though I have kind of a potty mouth at times. Your Boss Must Use The F-Word First is kind of a basic rule of business. Brian insists that this (the story about the couple, not the fact that Trump hasn't yet used the F-word) proves Trump is "a great man who believes in good karma." In other words, a great man who helps others in order to ultimately, by the balance of the universe, benefit himself. And that, certainly, I would go along with. Because isn't that what it's all about? Damn, I love spiritual capitalism. Brian continues to bluster about how at least none of them will be the first fired. As if that's the only looming humiliation.