Clint, we didn't get to see any parting words from you last night. What would you have said, and what are you doing now?
"I'm praying and waiting on the Lord's direction. The show ended last night, so there wasn't time for a 'Next Steps' feature. I guess in my final words I would have wished Brandy good luck. I think she'll be a great asset to the Trump brand."
Brandy, you seemed to be extremely comfortable in the boardroom. Where did your confidence come from?
"I do think one of my strengths was the boardroom. Obviously it's a stressful time for everyone involved. I guess I have just been comfortable speaking in front of people for a while now. I don't know that there was necessarily a strategy. I was just confident in the job that I did, confident in who I was and was able to speak accordingly."
Brandy, your final speech to Mr Trump in the boardroom was very powerful. Was that pre-meditated or did you improvise on the spot?
"You know, we all went into the competition with an idea of what we wanted to do with the Trump organisation and I was no exception. I went in with the mind that Mr Trump has already built up this amazing brand and I really felt honestly that it was time to build up the next generation. One of the great things about getting to know Mr Trump is that he's a proud father like every other dad out there. You can tell that he is enormously proud and they are obviously gracious, humble and intelligent. I knew that working with them would be - in my mind - a natural fit."
Clint, do you believe that Brandy's final speech changed the competition in Brandy's favour?
"I don't think the whole competition comes down to three lines. Please don't deduce the Trump decision down to that. It went by what we did all season - you can't discount what we all did. I hope and believe that it was Brandy - it wasn't three minutes that got her this job. I don't believe that the whole process is that shallow that someone can say one good line in the boardroom and it could change the whole outcome."
How confident were you in your chances of winning after the completion of your final task?
Brandy: "I was confident in the job that my team had done. I had some great teammates - Anand, Liza and Stephanie - and they really did step up to the plate and went to bat for me. It was great to have them behind me! That being said, Clint is a great competitor. America has had the privilege of seeing him and he's done a wonderful job but you never know in the wardrobe. I was confident in what my team had done but I give Clint a lot of credit as well. Mr Trump pulled us aside last night before we watched the show and admitted that it was the hardest decision and that it could have gone to either of us."
Clint: "I had a little bit of a different outlook. I had zero doubt since the day I walked off that final task of an outcome that I didn't doubt. I just felt from day one that I was confident in my ability and what I had done, no disrespect to Brandy. That may be why we're having this conversation today, maybe I overlooked something. Brandy will be an amazing addition to the Trump company though. Sometimes things don't work out the way you expect."
What did you both learn from one another throughout the experience?
Brandy: "I think one of the best things to come out of The Apprentice is that I have formed what is hopefully a lifelong friendship with Clint. I respect him enormously. He is an outstanding competitor, a great father, husband, individual and someone I have come to respect greatly. I know we haven't seen the last of Clint and I can't wait to see what's next with him. I wish him all the best."
Clint: "I have to say that I feel similar to Brandy. At the end, we were the only ones who could sympathise with what each other was going through. We'd chat with one another every once in a while and help listen to each other when there was no-one else to talk to."
Clint, have you had more people reach out to you with offers of business ventures since the show?
"It's funny, right now I'm on my iPad and I can't keep it refreshed enough to scroll past the well-wishes and e-mails. The opportunities are there and I'm excited about what the show has done for me and what the future holds."
Brandy, do you know yet what your role within the Trump organisation will be?
"I do have a vague idea. Mr Trump came up to me and gave me a hug last night and told me to enjoy my win and we'd discuss business later. That being said, it's back to the basics for this year. The job is working for Trump in New York City. I have a loose idea that I'll be working on merges and acquisitions and special projects and I'll be working directly with Donald Trump, Ivanka and Donald Jr."
The Apprentice airs on NBC
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