I represent U.S., not Donald Trump: Skiist hottie Lindsey Vonn

Lindsey Vonn Representing 'People of the United States, Not the President' at Winter Olympics

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

"And I don't think that there are a lot of people now in our government that do that", she said.

"Well I hope to represent the people of the United States, not the president", Vonn told CNN's Alpine Edge in St. Mortiz, Switzerland, where she's competing in a World Cup event to qualify for her second Olympics.

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It looks like President Donald Trump has another outspoken critic from within the sports world.

And Vonn revealed she wouldn't accept an invitation to the White House if she were to win gold at Pyeongchang.

Although the 33-year-old Olympian didn't go into detail about why she doesn't want to represent Trump when competing in the 2018 Winter Olympics this February, it appears she disagrees with some of his policies.

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Vonn has suffered a catalog of injuries throughout her career.

Vonn is hailed as America's best female ski racer.

Just don't ask Vonn - or many other of her fellow USA competitors - to do it in support of President Donald Trump.

The Golden State Warriors did not go to the White House to commemorate their National Basketball Association championship after Trump revoked Curry's invite.

Olympic freeskier Gus Kenworthy and figure skaters Ashley Wagner, Nathan Chen and Adam Rippon have also said they would not travel to the White House.

The Cleveland Cavaliers star forward LeBron James called the president a "bum" while the Buffalo Bills running back LeSean McCoy went further, calling Trump an "asshole".

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