Miss North Dakota Cara Mund: Hottest Photos Of Miss America 2018

Miss North Dakota Cara Mund: Hottest Photos Of Miss America 2018

Miss North Dakota Cara Mund: Hottest Photos Of Miss America 2018

Miss North Dakota, Cara Mund, 23, was crowned Miss America 2018 on September 10 in Atlantic City, New Jersey, the Daily Mail reported.

Mund was named the victor out of 51 contestants - one from each state plus the District of Columbia - who competed to take the place of outgoing Miss America, Savvy Shields, formerly Miss Arkansas.

But the crown ultimately went to Miss North Dakota, Cara Mund.

Mund was set to take the traditional winner's morning-after dip in the Atlantic City ocean Monday morning outside Boardwalk Hall, where she won the crown. She competed in the health and fitness/swimsuit competition as a top 15 semi-finalist and in evening wear, sporting a light-blue gown.

Newly-crowned Miss America didn't mince words when she was asked about President Donald Trump's decision to back out from the Paris climate agreement. Miss Mund said it was bad because she thinks climate change exists and the US needs to be at the negotiating table.

Climate change does exist; the matter is if the Paris climate Accord would address the underlying drivers and the financial cost.

It began with a question asked by judge Jordin Sparks to Miss Missouri, Jennifer Davis, about the multiple investigations into whether the Trump campaign colluded with the Russians - did Miss Davis think the Trump campaign was innocent or guilty? She takes over for last year's victor, Miss Arkansas Savvy Shields.

Cara Mund, Miss North Dakota, went directly after Trump when she was asked about the USA pulling out of the Paris Climate Accord - saying it was wrong to take us out of the negotiations. especially because there's evidence of climate change.

UB law student Gabrielle Walter, 24, did not make the cut for the semi-finals of the Miss America competition, but history was made for another state.

In fairness to ABC and the Miss America pageant, another contestant answered a Trump-hating question about Charleston "correctly"... "Once we reject that, we take ourselves out of the negotiating table, and that's something that we really need to keep in mind". Sam Haskell, executive chairman and CEO of the Miss America Organization, said the second round of onstage interviews was created to bring out more about the contestants. Klapperich told Mund, echoing another woman who said the exact same words just minutes before.

While at Brown, she was the President, of the Kappa Delta Sorority, director of the Fusion Dance Company and participated in the National Collegiate Cheer Competition.

It's a grand tradition for beauty pageant producers: Come up with complex, sensitive, political questions centered around current events and give the contestants 20 seconds to deliver a coherent answer in front of millions on live television. Miss Texas. Margana Wood has been getting plenty of social media accolades for her slamming of white supremacy.

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