Vonn hasn't competed in the Olympics since Vancouver 2010 because of several injuries, but leading up to the Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang she made it clear she was competing for the United States, just not the leader of her country.
VONN: Absolutely not. No. "I don't think that there are a lot of people now in our government that do that". "I don't think that there are a lot of people now in our government that do that".
As well as competing for a second Olympic gold medal in South Korea, she is attempting to break the record of 86 World Cup victories held by Ingemar Stenmark since 1989.
"I have no interest in going", USA Today reported Kenworthy, an openly gay athlete, said in September.
Earlier this year, many athletes on the New England Patriots and Golden State Warriors refused to take a trip to the White House after winning championships, because they were opposed to who was in the White House.
In May, for example, Vonn shared an article regarding Trump's decision to slash federal funding for the State Department's Office of Global Women's Issues on Twitter with the caption, "What is going on??!"
Vonn isn't the only Olympian who wouldn't visit the White House under President Trump.
The Cleveland Cavaliers star forward LeBron James called the president a "bum" while the Buffalo Bills running back LeSean McCoy went further, calling Trump an "asshole". "No, but I have to win to be invited".