Trump asks Stacy what she thinks of Maria, and Stacy of course turns it into a question about Pamela, saying that Maria is very good, and simply wasn't used properly by Pamela. Stacy insists that Pamela "doesn't want to take accountability." At this point, they're just going to have to take accountability for their own grammar and usage. Stacy makes the absolutely preposterous comment that she thinks Pamela did a poor job of "assessing [their] skill sets," when she made Maria a speaker because Maria said she was a speaker, and when she made Stacy the lawyer because Stacy said she was a lawyer. How can anyone make that argument with a straight face? Pamela explains how she went around and asked them what their skills were, and adds that, when what they wanted to do coincided with what they told her their skills were, that's what she assigned them to do. She finds it remarkable that now, those same people are claiming they weren't used properly in being actually given those roles. I agree. Trump starts in about how Pamela has to be willing to assess people for herself, but I don't understand how she could possibly have done that, having had only that one task to work with them.
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