This file photo taken on November 28, 2017 shows Lindsey Vonn of the US talking with reporters after her training for the FIS Ski World Cup Women's Downhill in Lake Louise, Alberta. / AFP / DON EMMERT
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US skiing star Lindsey Vonn said Thursday she would not go to the White House for a post-Winter Olympics reception, aligning herself with other athletes who have protested against President Donald Trump.Vonn told CNN in an interview she would be proud to represent the United States at February's Olympics in Pyeongchang but did not see herself as a representative of the US government.Vonn is arguably the most well-known member of the US Winter Olympic team, having won four World Cup overall championships as well as an Olympic gold in the downhill at the 2010 Games.
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