Lindsey Vonn Hit With Trump Curse – Injured After Trashing Trump

Earlier in the week Lindsey Vonn did an interview with CNN. During the interview she said she would refuse to visit the White House if she won gold. She faced a little instant karma.

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

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

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Next the obvious question was would she accept a White House visit if she won gold.

Absolutely not. But you have to win to be invited,” Lindsey Vonn responded.

Then on Saturday Vonn injured her back while finishing 24th.

Per AP:

Lindsey Vonn finished a World Cup super-G in extreme pain Saturday and was treated by race doctors for a back injury.

The American star crossed the finish line in obvious distress, in 24th place and 1.56 seconds behind the winner, and slumped to the snow. She compressed her back on the fifth gate, according to U.S. Ski & Snowboard.

Vonn stayed in the finish house to be treated, and one hour later limped slowly into a waiting car to be driven from the St. Moritz course.

Lindsey Vonn Injurs Back

Lindsey Vonn Hit With Trump Curse

Lindsey Vonn was hit hard by the Trump curse, but hopefully she can get back to health and get back to skiing soon.

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