He may be controversial, but the businessman turned President has had a lot to say'.
The Apprentice is a British reality television series in which a group of aspiring businessmen and women compete for the chance to work with the British business magnate Lord Sugar (previously known as "Sir Alan Sugar"). In series one to six, the prize was a £100,000-a-year job as an "apprentice" to Sugar, and winners went on to work at Amstrad, an electronics manufacturing company founded by Sugar (but since sold to BSkyB), or one of Sugar's other companies, Viglen, Amsprop or Amshold. In series seven, the prize changed to a £250,000 investment in a business of the candidate's creation, with Lord Sugar as a 50% owner.
Cast your mind back to last Wednesday evening.
From pro wrestlers to inventors, The Apprentice winners have had some interesting jobs in the past, but what are they doing now ?
Vincent Ralph looks back at the third episode of series 10 of The Apprentice.
Vincent Ralph looks back on the first episode of the new series of BBC One's The Apprentice.
It is not long now until The Apprentice 2014 begins on BBC 1.
Firing an employee in public might be gratifying for a boss, but it's not likely to rally the troops or assure investors. And it may result in an ugly legal battle.
They claim to be the best in the business to Lord Sugar and Donald Trump, but many Apprentice contestants are perhaps better known for their cringe-worthy comments and gaffs on the show.
I can't help thinking that I've arrived too late to interview Karren Brady.