Miss North Dakota Takes ‘Miss America’ Crown after Blasting Trump on Climate
ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. (AP)– Cara Mund is not fretted that she may start her year-long reign as Miss America by beginning a Twitter war with the nation’s Tweeter-In-Chief.
The 23-year-old Miss North Dakota won the crown Sunday night in Atlantic City after stating in an onstage interview that President Donald Trump was wrong to pull the United States from the Paris environment accord.Mund topped a
field of 51 participants to win in the New Jersey seaside resort, where the majority of the 97 Miss Americas have actually been selected.She will take the traditional winner’s morning-after dip in the Atlantic City ocean Monday morning outside Boardwalk Hall, where she was crowned.In among her onstage interviews, Mund stated Trump, a Republican, was incorrect to withdraw the United States from the climate accord focused on lowering greenhouse gas emissions that contribute to international warming.”It’s a bad decision,”she stated.”There is proof that environment modification is existing and we
have to be at that table. “Meeting reporters after winning the crown, Mund stood her ground, saying she wanted firstly to provide a genuine answer to the question.”I wasn’t actually scared if my opinion wasn’t the opinion of my judges, “she stated.” Miss America requires to have an opinion and she requires to know exactly what’s occurring in the existing climate.” She’s not worried about any pushback from Trump, who stated the Paris accord was a bad offer financially for the United States and
who also called international warming a hoax.Trump had actually not mentioned Mund or her talk about the Paris accord on Twitter as of early Monday morning.”He is our president and we have to support him,”
Mund said. “I might not agree with all of his viewpoints, however that does not indicate I’m not going to support the president.
“In an interview with The Associated Press before initial competition began, Mund, who lives in Bismarck, North Dakota, stated her objective is to be the very first lady chosen guv of her state.She said she wishes to see more women elected to all levels of government. “It’s crucial to have a woman’s perspective,”Mund, who had an internship in the U.S. Senate, informed the AP.
“In healthcare and on reproductive rights, it’s predominantly guys making
those choices.” An Ivy League graduate from Brown University who is visited law school, Mund went to high school with Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Carson Wentz.”I said,’If Carson Wentz can do it, Miss North Dakota Cara Mund can end up being Miss America,'”she stated after winning the title.She is the first participant from her state to win the Miss America crown.