Miss Louisiana USA answers question on Bergdahl swap; gets thunderous applause

One of six Miss USA pageant contestants on Sunday faced a political landmine in her final round question, but said that she disagreed with the release of five detainees from the Guantanamo Bay facility in exchange for one U.S. soldier.

Miss Louisiana, Brittany Guidry, received thunderous applause when she answered the question, which was read by Ian Zierling:

In recent weeks the U.S. has released five detainees from Guantanamo in exchange for one U.S. soldier held captive in Afghanistan. The U.S. policy is to leave no soldier behind. Do you think it’s fair to sacrifice or swap lives in order to uphold this policy?

Listen to her response here:

Many on Twitter agreed, according to Twitchy, who compiled these tweets:

In the end, Miss Nevada was the contestant to be crowned Miss USA.

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