So the women are now on the hot seat. Lisa raised most money, while Teresa was second. Trump says Dayana's total was "pretty good," which is code for "I will not be firing her tonight." Teresa volunteers that Lisa was her "right hand" on the task. With the least money brought in, Aubrey gets called out by Trump as a bigmouth.
Teresa calls Debbie out for the printing: "I told [Debbie] to take care of the printing." Debbie: "I don't think she knows what that means." Girl, people who call out Teresa's stupidity on TV get tables flipped on them, be careful. Basically, Teresa had no vision for the display, and Debbie knows it. Trump wants Teresa to blame Aubrey but she won't. These people never learn. Aubrey sticks up for herself for her low sales. Debbie says fire Teresa, but she admits that overall, Dayana is their weakest link. Dayana sticks up for herself, but the issue remains: every week, her team seems to want to do away with her. Dayana says the least money (Aubrey) should go. Ultimately, Teresa chooses Debbie and Dayana. It's a bad call, I think, though I also think Teresa is safe, for the drama alone.
Teresa thinks Debbie was trying to set her up with the printing issue, and when asked if Debbie is talented, she allows that "maybe" she's talented in singing. Ivanka is tickled at the audacity of that. Debbie says Dayana shouldn't have been brought back. If it's about a deficit in sales (which it is, since their book was superior), it should be her and Aubrey up for elimination. Don Jr. thinks that's not smart strategy, but she's in a catch-22, because if she denies the truth of that, she's a weasel. Teresa says Debbie tries to fly under the radar, though Debbie says that, "Being the best player sometimes means getting out of the way." Trump says that's what Dayana does, because he's got a major boner for that one. Trump likes her and says she raised a lot of money. Trump basically says Aubrey would have been fired had she been brought back, but instead, it's Debbie who gets fired.