The Great Gatsby

What indicators are there at the end of chapter 7 that Tom and Daisy are going to stay together despite his affairs and her love for Gatsby?

It is at the end of chapter 7
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Gatsby tells Tom that Daisy doesn't love him, and has never loved him; he informs him that he's "not going to take care of Daisy anymore." Tom calls Gatsby a "common swindler" and reveals that he has made his fortune in bootlegging. Daisy, in her shallowness and snobbery, sides with Tom, and refuses Gatsby when he pleads with her to say that she has never loved her husband.