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Subject: I remember hearing that Ali Landry was instructed to give a weak response during Miss Universe so she she wouldn’t advance to the Top 3. I can’t remember the reasoning, except that Trump wanted her to remain Miss USA.


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Date Posted: 12:03:04 01/31/20 Fri
In reply to: Doot 's message, "When Miss USA should have placed higher" on 20:34:53 01/29/20 Wed

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[> Subject: Ali Landry is an interesting case because it was an era where the final question was less important than today. As long as you said something coherent it was just more of a chance for judges to see you again. So although Ali's answer wasn't great by today's standards, I think it was pretty typical for the era.


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Date Posted: 14:03:14 01/31/20 Fri

Ali Landry is an interesting case because it was an era where the final question was less important than today. As long as you said something coherent it was just more of a chance for judges to see you again. So although Ali's answer wasn't great by today's standards, I think it was pretty typical for the era.

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