She's the first from the state to win the almost 95-year-old contest.
An Ivy League graduate and national dance champion from North Dakota was crowned Miss America on Sunday, becoming the first contestant from the state to win the almost 100-year-old contest.
This feat has left a mark in the pageant's history, as the new Miss America is the first victor from the Rough Rider State.
Hours after leading the Eagles to a season-opening 30-17 win over the Redskins, Carson Wentz had his name dropped by the newest Miss America.
Miss North Dakota has been crowned the next Miss America during the annual beauty pageant held in Atlantic City on Sunday night.
"I do believe it's a bad decision", Mund said. "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 wasn't the only contestant to be asked a political question during the pageant's interview portion.
The Chain Gang, a group of women cyclists who turn up each year to see the toe dip, wore T-shirts printed with bikini bodies, platinum wigs and crowns to see Mund off on her "year of service".
"It's important to have a woman's perspective", she said, stressing the importance of women in important government jobs.
She's also not concerned about any pushback from Trump, who said the Paris accord was a bad deal economically for the United States and who also called global warming a hoax.
"So we need to always remember our history of being slave owning racists?"
"I think that the white supremacist issue, it was very obvious that it was a terrorist attack", she said.
Mund, who is given to saying "awesome!" and "amazing!" informed the small crowd that Klapperich had just won Miss Congeniality, the title bestowed by pageant contestants on one of their peers.
"Honestly? It was to get to Miss America and make it past the Top 10", Mund said.
The Bismarck resident says that even though she doesn't agree with the president on this issue, it doesn't mean she won't support him.
She was followed by contestants from New Jersey, Kaitlyn Schoeffel, District of Columbia, Briana Kinsey and Texas, Margana Wood.
Congratulations to Miss America 2018, Cara Mund.