I represent US, not Donald Trump: Skiist hottie Lindsey Vonn

I represent US, not Donald Trump: Skiist hottie Lindsey Vonn

Vonn said she would even refuse an invitation to the White House if she wins in Pyeongchang.

In an interview with CNN, Vonn was asked what it will be like to compete for the US when Trump is the president. "I don't think that there are a lot of people now in our government that do that", Vonn, who is in Switzerland preparing for February's Olympics in Pyeongchang, South Korea, told CNN Wednesday.

But this February, when she competes in Pyeongchang, South Korea, she is making it clear: she's not representing President Trump when she hits the slopes.

Lindsey Vonn said she would represent the United States of America - but not President Trump - during the 2018 Winter Games in South Korea.


Lindsey Vonn sat down with CNN to talk about the upcoming Winter Olympics which the United States may or may not end up sending athletes to for safety reasons.

"But I have to win to be invited". The Vancouver 2010 gold medallist said in a recent interview with CNN that she would decline the Trump administration's invitation if extended to her as a 2018 Olympian.

Vonn added, "I want to represent our country well. No, actually I think every USA team member is invited.so no, I won't go". She missed the 2014 Games through injury.

Trump launched a sensational attack on NFL players who have kneeled in protest of the national anthem during a speech in Alabama in September, challenging the league's owners to release anyone who engages in the movement started a year ago by former San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick.

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