Trump asks Clint what's on his mind, and he says he's back to clear his name since he has three little boys and a wife to play for here. He's not going to be soiled by Mahsa. She says she never lied and is not lying now, then tells him not to be dramatic and to calm down. Clint says that Mahsa can't keep her mouth shut and told him the particular numbers in the lobby of the hotel last week. Trump asks if he told her, and he says he knew what he made on the task but was out pedaling and had no idea what the team made. Ivanka asks if this is a total fabrication, and Clint says the only thing he said was, "Did you really only make $360?" And he told her he thought they made a lot more than that. Mahsa can't believe he's lying, but Clint says Brandy heard it, and already told them. Clint tells Trump he's a straight shooter and he never divulged the number his team made because a) he didn't know and b) he thought they were trying to lie with the number $360. Steuart says he heard it too.
Don says that coming back to clear his name, and risking being back in the boardroom, makes a pretty big statement to him. Clint says he'd rather be fired tonight and have his name cleared. Trump asks David if he's backing Clint, and David says they didn't know a number, so he does not believe Clint gave one. Steuart says he was with Clint during this conversation (Mahsa says he wasn't), and didn't hear him give a number or give anything. Trump asks Brandy's take. She says she's never raised her voice in this boardroom until tonight. She says she feels very passionate about this. She says Mahsa's lying is one thing, but the fact is that she's disloyal. Mahsa starts screaming and finger-pointing that's she's never lied and is not lying now. She says Clint said "Well over $1,000." Mahsa screams some more and Clint asks her to shut her mouth and stop screaming. She continues to screech, and Brandy covers the ear that's facing Mahsa.
Trump tells Mahsa it doesn't really matter who said what, but wouldn't she say it was disloyal to give him the number? She says the task was over, and it was stupid to give the number, but not disloyal. Trump says that whether she's allowed to do it is one thing, but it was disloyal to the team. She doesn't think it was disloyal. He asks if she thinks she made a mistake, and she says she did. He fires her. Brandy looks relieved. So does Clint. Liza. But, most of all, me. Trump kicks them all out. Mahsa smugly leaves. In the boardroom, Trump says, "That's too bad, but that's the way it goes." What exactly is too bad about getting rid of the wicked witch?