I had to agree with the Donald again last night. Although I thought Jason was a competent guy and a good leader, he really blew it by not meeting with the execs at Marquis Jet. His logic was terrible too. The team definitely could have sent one or two guys to meet with the clients. What a mistake. I also couldn't figure out why he'd choose Nick to join him in the boardroom. Maybe I missed something.
But choosing Sam was a no-brainer. I'm beginning to suspect that he's a plant. He's too bizarre. I almost died when he fell asleep (or pretended to fall asleep) on the floor. I can't wait to see what happens when he's project manager next week. Should be interesting. Is anyone still rooting for him?
As for the ad campaigns, I thought both were good, but the women definitely had the right idea when they pushed the envelope and did something daring. Omarosa was against the idea from the beginning, which makes me wonder how much she's actually contributing to the success of the women's team. She may be a plant as well.
I'm interested to see what next week's task will be. If the guys don't win the next challenge, low morale is going to be a big problem. So far, I'm not convinced that the challenges given to the teams actually prove their ability to be president of a Trump company. But I guess the Donald is the best judge of that.