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Tomi Lahren had a strong reaction after Olympic gold medal skier Lindsey Vonn became the latest athlete to speak out against President Donald Trump.

In an interview with CNN, Vonn said she will represent the United States at the 2018 Olympic Games in PyeongChang, South Korea, in February, but not the president.

When asked if she would accept an invitation to the White House if she were to win a gold medal, Vonn said, "Absolutely not."

"What about the Americans who are Trump supporters that voted for President Donald Trump?" Lahren said on "Fox & Friends Weekend." "Are we not Americans? Does she not want to represent us?"

She said that Vonn, like many professional athletes, just can't help herself from getting political and saying things that disrespect the president, his supporters and the country.

"It's like patriotism is so foreign to them, and they just can't stand it," Lahren said.

As for Vonn declaring that she would not visit the White House, Lahren said it's important to respect the office of the president no matter who's in the Oval Office.

"That is a symbol of American pride, that's patriotism, that's your country," Lahren said. "So whether it's President Obama, President Trump or, God forbid, if it would have been President Clinton, I think we still respect the office of the president and we respect the Americans who are around us who may not agree with us politically but they're Americans nonetheless."

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