Addressing Olympic gold at the February Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang, Vonn is in St. Moritz, Switzerland, where he spoke passionately about what it means to compete for the US skiing team. UU
Vonn, 33, is preparing for the final act of a long and illustrious career.
In addition to competing for a second Olympic gold medal game in South Korea, she is trying to break the record of 86 World Cup victories held by Ingemar Stenmark since 1989.
Far from the clues, Vonn also He seems willing to stick his head over the parapet and talk about American politics.
"I take the Olympics very seriously and what they mean and what they represent, which means walking under our flag at the opening ceremony," he added.
"I want to represent our country well, I do not do it". I think there are a lot of people currently in our government "
This year Trump has been embroiled in a controversy with the NFL and some of the best players of the NBA, a dispute with racial and cultural meanings – after attacking prominent athletes for kneeling during the national anthem and refusing to go to the White House.
And Vonn revealed that he would not accept an invitation to the White House if he won gold in Pyeongchang.  "Absolutely not," said Vonn. "No, but I have to win to be invited. No, actually I think that all the members of the EE team. UU You are invited, so I will not go.
Pyeongchang will be Vonn's first game since Vancouver 2010, where her bullish triumph made her a world star and one of the athletes of the world's best paid winter with a net worth, according to Forbes, of around $ 3 million.  Vonn has struggled with a series of serious injuries throughout his career, including a knee injury in 2013 that kept him out of the 2014 Sochi Olympics.
Last year, he broke his arm and suffered nerve damage during a US preseason training accident, delaying the start of his season until January.
Vonn suffered a disappointing start to the new season, when last week's downhill event in Lake Louise crashed.