I agree that Kwame's simply correcting the situation and letting her know that she should have told them about any business-related calls was a far savvier way of dealing with the mishap than creating a brouhaha and risking further alienating Omarosa, who frankly is volatile and capable of doing further harm if publicly humilated over her lie. He knows how she operates. It looks as though he is entrusting her with less important tasks and has Troy watching over her at this point too, which is a smart move. Kwame is a cool laid-back guy, but I don't think he's a chump. He seems like the type who, in a real-world situation, if he needed to, would take you away in private, smile, say its nothing personal and then fire you on the spot.