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In the aftermath of Carrie Prejean's firing by Donald Trump and his West Coast cohorts, the Miss California Organization proudly trotted out their new princess, Tami Farrell, on Today and the Early Show this morning.
She stuck to the company line on both shows, tossing out phrases about being "honored," "moving forward" and making herself "available to the program" and charities and all that jazz.
"I was a little hesitant to be stepping into the line of fire, I'll be honest," she said in her choicest moment on Today. "There's been divisive questions. I've been brought in to try and unify our state. I'm not being silenced for my beliefs, but I just think that this isn't a battle that anybody can win, so I'm going to do my best to just refocus it on some of the other aspects."
However, the head of the Miss California pageant, Keith Lewis, who appeared alongside his new queen on both morning shows, had plenty to say…