Trump says the whole premise is how has everyone done on the last task. Sometimes everyone's done the same, so she has to decide who to bring back based on who she wants with her going forward. He asks who she wants coming back to the room with her. She looks around as if she isn't sure, then chooses Nene. Trump is surprised, because he thinks Nene's done a good job. Star makes it seem like she's brining Nene back to fight La Toya with her, but Trump thinks that's risky because Nene could also turn on Star. The men think this is going to backfire on Star, but they have to shut down now. As the women wait in the lobby, Nene interviews that she feels like she's being manipulated by Star since she and La Toya just made a connection yesterday. She says she's got to figure out what she's going to do. Fight Star. That would be awesome.
Boardroom. The Trump men discuss the ladies. Trump says they're all unique in different ways. Don thinks Nene could be a tough advocate for or against Star. In the lobby, Nene says she's got nothing to say. Star thinks they should just tell the truth and let the chips fall where they may. Trump calls them back into the boardroom and glares at them. He asks Star what she's thinking right now. She says she's thinking about her two great mentors: Johnny Cochran and Barbara Walters. She says it's her honor to fight for her charity with Trump as her mentor in the business world. She says she'll stay as long as he'll let her. He says okay (and is thinking, "spare me the bullshit"), and asks why she brought back Nene. She says if you ask Nene the truth, she will tell the truth about their team experience over the past few weeks. Trump says Star's telling him what Nene's going to say and Nene's looking at him like she doesn't know what the hell Star's talking about. He realizes she's pinpointing La Toya, though.