Both contestants had done well in their tasks, but in Thursday night's live broadcast, Trump criticized Kendra for crying in the boardroom and Tara for not having an American flag for her final event.
Kendra, 26, a linguistics graduate from the University of Florida, sold real estate and developed My House Real Estate, Inc. an real estate marketing company specializing in condominium conversions, MSNBC reported Friday.
Kendra was one of the highest producing real estate agents in Florida -- she once sold 22 condos in less than a week. She won a car and a year-long apprenticeship in the Trump organization at a salary of $250,000.
Tana Goertz, 37, a top saleswomen for Mary Kay cosmetics, is a successful entrepreneur in several businesses. She left college with 28 credits left to finish to start a family.
Trump said Tana hurt her chances by badmouthing her team in the final challenge.