Miss USA Tells Trump: ‘Continue to Be Yourself’

By Craig Bannister | May 18, 2017 | 5:31pm EDT
Miss USA Kara McCullough

In an interview on Fox News Channel, Miss USA 2017 Kara McCullough had some words of advice for President Donald Trump.

McCullough has been under fire from liberal media because she said that she believes health care is a privilege, not a right. So, on Wednesday, Fox News asked her if she had a message for another public figure being assaulted by the mainstream media: President Donald Trump.

The media are incorrigible, so the only thing to do is just stay strong and “be yourself,” McCullough counseled the president:

Fox News: “What is your message for the president, it he’s watching this morning? Because, he used to own the pageant, but going forward, is someone who’s also attacked by the mainstream media.

“What is your message to him?”

Miss USA: “I would say, honestly, the media is the media. That’s one thing we can’t get away from.

“I would just simply tell him, continue to be yourself, you know, stand behind your word.

“You know, everyone’s going to attack you, there’s going to be critics and naysayers, but regardless about what you believe in yourself, and how you are trying to really integrate the American people.”

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