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'Apprentice' Contestant Fired From Real Job For Remarks

'Apprentice' Contestant Fired From Real Job For Remarks

POSTED: 8:21 am EDT October 1, 2004
UPDATED: 1:32 pm EDT October 1, 2004

ALBANY, N.Y. -- "Apprentice" contestant Jennifer Crisafulli was told "you're fired" by Donald Trump this week.

Now she reportedly has lost her real job as well.

An official with the Manhattan firm where Crisafulli was a real estate agent told the Times-Union of Albany that she would not be welcomed back because of comments she made on Wednesday night's episode of "The Apprentice."

Crisafulli -- an Albany native living in Manhattan -- made remarks that were perceived by some as anti-Semitic. She has said she did not mean to offend.

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What exactly did the Jew-hater say?

fuck.
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Two elderly Jewish ladies didn't like the decorations in her eatery.

She said that the two elderly Jewish ladies dislike of the decorations in her eatery led to her team losing. She either repeated this complaint ad nauseum or was edited to appear to have done so.

Had she left out the word Jewish in her complaint there would have been no problem.

She didn't say anything bad about Jews.

But she's learned an important life lesson about the business world anyway...

If your fave's coach isn't Richard Williams, that's just her first problem...

I was there when the ALL BLACKS won the World Cup in 2011!!!

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Two elderly Jewish ladies didn't like the decorations in her eatery.

She said that the two elderly Jewish ladies dislike of the decorations in her eatery led to her team losing. She either repeated this complaint ad nauseum or was edited to appear to have done so.

Had she left out the word Jewish in her complaint there would have been no problem.

She didn't say anything bad about Jews.

But she's learned an important life lesson about the business world anyway...
Being on national tv, she should have chosen her words carefully. Her mouth was way too big. How did she know that they were Jewish anyway?!?! I think her hovering over their table like a vulture contributed to their dislike...if she just said enjoy your dinner and walked away instead of fishing for positive feedback this wouldn't be an issue. She pushed for response heard something she didn't like (duh-you asked for their opinion ) and then she just made things worse by insulting them..without even having the brains to realise that there were Jewish team members in her midst while she was ranting. Her big mouth shoots her in the foot again....She should really listen when she is told to STFU by Trump and Carolyn.
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Your right, she didn't use a derogatory term but just kept going on and on about the two older jewish ladies.
I think they lost because of the hovering and like the report said "there were a lot of ladies dressed in black looking like uptight stewardesses".
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