Fox News Hosts EVISCERATES US Olympic Skier After She Says She Refuses To Represent Trump

Fox News Hosts EVISCERATES US Olympic Skier After She Says She Refuses To Represent Trump

The latest huffy liberal who decided to drag politics into sports is one of the hopefuls for the 2018 American ladies ski team, Lindsey Vonn.

Ms. Vonn has recently come out to say that she will not be representing Donald Trump at the next winter Olympics in South Korea, but rather “the people of the United States.”

When Fox & Friends covered the topic this morning, co-host Ainsley Earhardt took the lead in criticizing this move taken by the skier.

“She is just another celebrity, another Hollywood person who doesn’t agree with the President. [Does she] think [that Trump] cares?”

Ms. Earhardt continued to say that it was “un-American” to bring up a rejection of the President and her co-host Peter Hegseth commented that “the resistance continues.” We all saw how well injecting politics into sports worked for the NFL, I’m sure that souring Americans on politicized downhill skiing now will work for their ratings in the next few months.

And they didn’t stop there. Co-host Steve Doocy said that maybe the reason Ms. Vonn has decided to complain about President Trump is that her ex-boyfriend, Tiger Woods, has been a long time friend of the man in charge and the two of them have been playing golf together for years.

When Doocy said that Tiger and The Donald played a round together last week, Earhardt said “Maybe that’s why they broke up.”

Doocy went on to say: “So Tiger Woods, no problem apparently playing gold with the President… but if [Vonn] wins [a gold medal], she is not going to the White House. No sirree,” commenting on the fact that Vonn, in her remarks, stated that she would refuse the invitation normally extended to American Olympians. Hegseth, a veteran, asked out loud for Vonn to “think about the honor of going to the Olympics” and “wearing the flag.”

Ms. Vonn, 33, won a gold medal in downhill skiing at the 2010 Winter Olympics in Canada and was an NBC correspondent for the 2014 Sochi Winter Olympics.

Ainsley Earhardt was first introduced last year as the replacement co-host on Fox & Friends to cover for Elisabeth Hasselbeck who left in order to spend more time with her family and kids, who said that they need “the best of me, not the rest of me.” At the time, Fox News CEO Roger Ailes said that Earhardt was a “superb team player and an excellent on-air host.” Earhardt started working with Fox News in 2007 and frequently sat in with Fox & Friends whenever a substitute host was needed.

Margaret M.

Internet Specialist at Warfare Media.

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