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

Violet Powell
September 12, 2017

Cara Mund, a national dance champion from North Dakota, was crowned Miss America last night.

Mund, who is aspiring to become the first female governor of North Dakota, will now travel thousands of miles a month touring the country this year promoting her platform, Make-A-Wish Passion with Fashion. The 23-year-old title holder certainly knows her politics as she once had an internship in the U.S. Senate and she is an Ivy League graduate from Brown University who will soon enter law school. She competed in the health and fitness/swimsuit competition as a top 15 semi-finalist and in evening wear, sporting a light-blue gown. "Once we reject that, we take ourselves out of the negotiating table, and that's something that we really need to keep in mind".

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. On Sunday, Mund told judges that there was evidence for the existence of climate change and that it was a "bad decision" for President Donald Trump to withdraw the United States from the agreement. Good decision, bad decision?

"It's a bad decision", she said. His question was to ask about her number 1 thing on her bucket list and she said that being in the top 10 of Miss America was it.

The newest Miss America is starting her term as a climate crusader. John Hoeven, a Republican, who tweeted his congratulations on her win.

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

Keeping in line with recent incidents, Judge Tara Lipinski asked the Atlantic City native for her opinion about the removal of Confederate statues.

She was followed by contestants from New Jersey, Kaitlyn Schoeffel, District of Columbia, Briana Kinsey and Texas, Margana Wood. But as hosts Sage Steele and Chris Harrison repeatedly reminded us - while also encouraging watchers at home to donate to the Red Cross' Hurricane Harvey and Irma relief efforts - the show must go on.

She said that her mother was her biggest strength and shared her mother's advice that we cannot control the cards that we are dealing with but we can surely control our hands.

This is the first time in the history of the 97-year-old beauty pageant that a contestant from North Dakota even made it to the top five. In the end, global warming alarmist Miss North Dakota was crowned the new Miss America.

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