nearvideo conservative beauty queen defended the tweets after he dethroned for ‘offensive’ remarks
20-year-old Kathy Zhu fights back after he’s stripped of her Miss Michigan title and fired from the Miss World America pageant; Matt Finn reports.
Kathy Zhu landed on her feet, after she lost her title as “Miss Michigan” position to the “women for Trump coalition Advisory Board”.
“[Zhu] is a patriot who has continued to stand for the American values, though she is deprived of her crown, ” the trump card of the campaign tweeted on Thursday.
The announcement came shortly after Zhu, University of Michigan student and President of her campus’ College Republicans Chapter, written on the Miss World America pageant, the decision to strip you of your title.
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“Miss World America State/National/Chief Director accused me of being racist, Islamaphobic, and insensitive,” Zhu tweeted earlier in July. The pageant had apparently social-media-posts about your dislike of the hijab and statistics on crime in the African American community seen.
The notice of termination, the Zhu posted on your Twitter timeline, claimed she violated the pageant, the requirement of “good character and … not likely to bring disrepute to the Miss World-America, or a person in connection with the organization is write.”
Since the letter, Zhu has been outspoken about the incident, indicating that you missed the pageant of the critical context of your posts. You Stand by your statements and pushed back on the idea of beauty any candidates in competitions because of their opinions.
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“Everything that I’ve posted my statistics and opinions, and I think we should vote for the empowerment of women, and not only took from them their titles just because of your opinion,” she said in an interview with CNN.
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Zhu, 20, was also bold in their support of the President, tweeting supportive posts and criticize high-profile Democrats.
“I’m so excited to be a part of the #womenfor trump coalition Advisory Board!,” She tweeted Thursday. “Let’s get Trump re-elected in 2020.”