Miss Alabama slams Trump during Miss America pageant ‘Watch’

Miss Alabama slams Trump during Miss America pageant - Watch

Miss Alabama, Meg McGuffin, slammed Donald Trump during the Miss America pageant on Sunday.

During Sunday night’s Miss American pageant, Miss Alabama McGuffin made no bones about where she stands on GOP presidential front-runner Donald Trump.

Miss Alabama McGuffin was asked by pageant judge Taya Kyle, the wife of the late “American Sniper” Navy SEAL Chris Kyle, why she thought Trump led his GOP rivals by such a large margin in presidential polls.

Her answer?

“I think Donald Trump is an entertainer and I think he says what’s on a lot of peoples’ minds, but I think the Republican party should be absolutely terrified of all the attention that he is taking from incredible candidates like Jeb Bush and Chris Christie who could absolutely do the job of President of the United States. If I were Republican I would be absolutely terrified of that,” McGuffin said, before finishing with a polite, “Thank you.”

Miss Alabama McGuffin finished as the fourth runner-up to Miss America 2016, which was won by Miss Georgia Betty Cantrell.

In the latest Quinnipiac poll, Trump continued to lead the Republican field among likely caucus voters in Iowa, the first state to cast a ballot for GOP nominee.

Trump held the support of 27 percent of Iowans, followed by Ben Carson with 21 percent and Sen. Ted Cruz with 9 percent.