Alabama native and Brooklyn resident Mallory Hagan became Miss America this weekend, but not before answering a tough question on gun control. During the question portion, the then Miss New York was asked about the NRA's proposal to have an armed guard in every school. She told the judges that she did not think that would increase safety, saying, "I don't think the proper way to fight violence is with violence." Today, Mallory came on The View to elaborate on her opinion. Watch now, and weigh in if you think questions and answers like these keep pageants relevant.
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