Trump Curse? No Gold For Lindsey Vonn

It looks like someone else has fallen victim to the Trump curse. After Lindsey Vonn trashed President Trump she fails to medal in her first event in eight years.

Vonn was asked how she will feel “competing at the Olympic games for the United States whose president is Donald Trump?”

Her response?

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“Um, well I hope to represent the people of the United States, not the president.”

Then she was asked if she would visit the White House if she wins gold. Her response:

“Absolutely not. But you have to win to be invited.”

Right after these remarks she injured her back during World Cup competition and finished in a very disappointing 24th place.

Now the Trump curse strikes yet again.

Trump Curse? Lindsey Vonn Trashes Trump Then Fails To Medal In Event For First Time In 8 Years

Vonn failed to medial in her first Olympic event in eight years, the Super-G.

Then in her best event, the downhill, Vonn was again unable to come up with gold. Looks like she won’t be headed to the White House and it’s not under her own accord.

Perhaps these leftist athletes should think for a minute before their anti-Trump remarks. Don’t count on that happening, though.

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