New “Miss USA” was a 25-year-old employee of the nuclear regulatory Commission
New “Miss USA” was a 25-year-old Kara McCullough, representing the district of Columbia. About it reports Reuters.
From McCullough has a degree in chemistry, she works in the nuclear regulatory Commission of the United States.
Congrats to the new #MissUSA pic.twitter.com/AJSd4XDTcH
— Mike Loftus ? (@MikeLoftus_) may 15, 2017.
The beauty pageant was held in Las Vegas. McCullough as one of the three finalists answered the question on the rights to health care. As stated by the member, accessible health care is a privilege of those who work in it. Answer McCullough was criticized in social networks, but there were also those who supported the contestants.
New #MissUSA says healthcare is a privilege & not a right,& that she’s an “equalist,” not a feminist! pic.twitter.com/j5O8PVlmIn
— PRESTRUMPGOES2DC (@THETRUMPBUREAU) may 15, 2017.
In addition, McCullough was criticized for the fact that she considers herself not a feminist, and a supporter of “equality”. “Women, we are just as equal as men, especially in the workspace” — said the contestant.
Now McCullough will represent the U.S. at the contest “Miss universe”.
“District of Columbia is one of the most intelligent contestants in recent memory.” #MissUSA pic.twitter.com/yUIep2oJb3
Miss USA (@MissUSA) on 15 may 2017.