Miss California USA co-director Shanna Moakler is speaking out after Donald Trump's decision to let Carrie Prejean keep the crown on Tuesday. "It was never about Carrie's opinion or the pictures, it was about the fact that we couldn't communicate with Carrie personally and there were too many organizations trying to exploit her title," Moakler told RadarOnline.com.
"We are thankful for Donald Trump, who was able to facilitate getting us together to communicate, which allowed us the opportunity to discuss our feelings and reach a place where we could move forward with all that has happened," she added. "We want to work together on issues important to her and to our organization."
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