Kevin Allen, a finalist on The Apprentice's second season, told Talking Points Memo on Monday that Donald Trump's attacks on President Obama's academic record remind him of his own experience experience with The Donald. "Apparently he doesn't like educated African-Americans very much," said Allen, a Wharton Business School graduate with a law degree from the University of Chicago. Allen was "fired" from the show after a controversial episode in which The Donald ordered him to sell chocolate bars outside of New York City subway stops. He was slammed by Trump for being "an unbelievably talented guy in terms of education" who was not doing "anything" with it. Allen was less offended by being forced to take on a job stereotypically associated with African-American high school students than he was about Trump's remarks on his education. "What I thought was more interesting was that one of the knocks he had on me when he told me I was fired was that I was overeducated," he said.