Miss America Contestants Take on Trump Over Paris Climate Accord, Charlottesville

Trevor Jackson
September 12, 2017

Mund has graduated from the Brown University and at just 23-years old dreams of becoming the first ever female governor of her state.

While Mund may have been under the radar compared to other frontrunners, she was a finalist for a community service award in the preliminary competitions, taking place in Atlantic City in the days leading up to the pageant. In talent section, she performs for the Jazz dance to the Michael Jackson's "The Way You Make Me Feel".

The Brown University grad given a political question, answering President Trump was wrong to withdraw the US from the climate change accord.

Mund says her mother is her biggest role model. She said there wasn't enough evidence but if the campaign proves to be guilty, the Justice Department should punish accordingly.

Miss Tennessee Caty Davis talks about winning the Miss Tennessee Scholarship Pageant Saturday, June 24, and her expectations for her year as Miss Tennessee.

In a country where Leftists have successfully hyper-politicized everything from football to weather to coffee, is there now a leftwing political litmus test for anyone who wants to become Miss America?

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Miss America wasn't celebrated by the AP for her beauty, brains, or charm.

Cara Mund, who was named Miss America 2018 on Sunday, called the United States withdrawal from the Paris climate accord a "bad decision" when asked about it by judge Maria Menounos during the pageant's interview portion.

Crossing Trump on climate, new Miss America fears no tweet; Rihanna rides into New York Fashion Week like a rock star; "It" floats away with record-breaking $117.2 million weekend in the States. "Once we reject that, we take ourselves out of the negotiation table", she said referring to the Paris agreement. "Despite the circumstances, she's always told me, you can't control the cards you're dealt, but you can control the hand", Mund said during the event.

Following the pageant's tradition, the panel of judges asked contestants some tough questions, and this year they were mostly political - thanks to the politically-charged climate in Trump's America. In August, she encouraged her followers on Instagram to "get involved with @makeawishamerica by contacting your local chapter!" Check below list to see the Runner Ups in the Miss America 2018 Competitions.

The third and fourth positions were taken by Miss District of Colombia Briana Kinsey and Miss Texas Margana Wood.

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