NEW YORK – Donald Trump would say this is "huuuge."
NBC's "The Apprentice" (search) runner-up Kwame Jackson (search) will be the first African-American to be hosted by the Student Union Business Society in a speech at the London School of Economics and Political Science, it was announced Monday.
The former investment manager, who quit his job at Goldman Sachs to pursue Trump's apprenticeship, will speak Tuesday.
Following his "Apprentice" loss to entrepreneur Bill Rancic (search), Jackson started his own development company with two partners and completed a $3.8 billion real estate deal called Rosewood. The 550-acre Maryland development will include homes, offices, restaurants and stores.
After Jackson's speech about entrepreneurship, globalization and commercial diplomacy, he's scheduled to meet with members of the British Parliament.
Hopefully, he won't cause an international incident during his latest overseas jaunt.
Last May, the Harvard MBA was booted as a judge for Trump's Miss Universe (search) pageant in Ecuador after being seen talking to beauty queens in their hotel lobby — an encounter strictly forbidden in the pageant's rules.
A third batch of candidates are now competing to become Trump's "Apprentice" — or even the runner-up. Lawyer Jennifer Massey (search) was the last one to hear "you're fired" during the reality TV show's second season while software executive Kelly Perdew (search) landed the $250,000 job.