Here's the controversial answer that won Miss America the crown

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Here's the controversial answer that won Miss America the crown

Upon answering the Q&A part about her number 1 wish on her bucket list, she simply said that it would be wonderful is she won the pageant for the first time in history.

Cara Mund, a Brown University graduate and future law-school student, became the first Miss North Dakota ever to be crowned Miss America Sunday night in Atlantic City, N.J. Miss North Dakota, Cara Mund, is the lucky victor of a $50,000 scholarship and a six-figure salary income during her reign. She beat 50 contestants to win the crown.

Judges scored contestants, who ranged from teen-agers to the cut-off age of 24, based on talent, the live question segment, a personal interview and appearances in gowns and swimsuits.

JUDGE: One hundred and ninety-five countries signed the Paris Agreement, in which each country sets non-binding goals to reduce man-made climate change.

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She says there's "evidence that climate change is existing".

Miss Missouri was asked whether or not the president colluded with Russian Federation, and Miss New Jersey was asked whether Confederate statues should be taken down.

Davis made the top 12 before her Miss America journey ended. Former Miss America Nina Davuluri then asked Miss Missouri about what she would call her own autobiography. Miss North Dakota, Cara Mund is now the face of new Miss America 2018. Miss Mund sees her mother as her biggest role model in life and credits her mother for this on stage. 'Once we reject that, we take ourselves out of the negotiation 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.

"I think that the white supremacist issue, it was very obvious it was a terrorist attack".

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Till date she has raised over $78,000 with the help of her fashion shows and helped 23 kids in North Dakota.

"She's a attractive girl, so happy for you", another told Mund's mother.

Miss America's most distinguishing factor compared to any other beauty pageant is its Talent portion, and this year's had everything: saxophones, sequined fedoras, yodeling, and, most importantly, two facts that popped up on the screen during each of the top 7's performances.

When asked if she was registered with a political party, Mund diplomatically declined to reveal any affiliation. Another contestant, Miss Texas Margana Wood, absolutely slayed her answer to what could have been an incredibly polarizing question, and the internet is loving it.

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