Trump asks Mahsa if she thinks they won, and she keeps seeing she hopes they won. He pushes her three times, but she won't say she thinks they won. He asks her who was weakest, and she says Liza made the fewest sales. Liza goes nutso in response, and Trump interrupts that maybe they won, so let's find out. Eric says the women made $320. Ivanka says the men made $950. Clint looks pretty upset. Trump tells Kelly that's not a good performance against a totally dysfunctional group of people. She agrees. He congratulates Anand, and says he'll get to meet with Ivanka's friend, Chuck Davis, the CEO of Fandango and Daily Candy. Trump sends them to their suite to watch the women on TV. Just like us, but with champagne.
The women settle in for a fight. Trump tells Kelly she should be ashamed of her team for not beating the men. Trump asks what Kelly attributes it to, or who she attributes it to. Kelly says she thinks everyone did a good job, but she ultimately thinks they chose the wrong location. Trump does question the Wall Street location, and asks who chose the location. Kelly says Stephanie was assigned to pick the location, but Stephanie tries to say it wasn't her idea and she wasn't assigned that. Trump says they didn't have a chance the minute they decided on Wall Street. Trump asks Stephanie why Wall Street, and she says they made this group decision -- Trump interrupts and says there aren't a lot of tourists on Wall Street.
Stephanie tries to shift the blame by saying Kelly was adamant about $50 rides, but Kelly fights back. Stephanie asks how Kelly could have delegated everything to one person, and Trump agrees Kelly's putting a lot on Liza. Kelly, whose voice is annoyingly indecipherable, tries to yell over Stephanie but it's just white noise from both of them. Trump interrupts and asks Mahsa who to fire. She says Mahsa, because it comes down to sales. Trump asks what the hell it is with Liza, and they all say she sold absolutely nothing. Trump points out that, in fairness to her, he couldn't sell on Wall Street either. Ivanka says these men on Wall Street would be fired if their bosses saw them on the back of a pedicab with "Babes on Bikes."