Gus Kenworthy Shades Ivanka Trump, Adam Rippon, In Closing Ceremony Tweets

Only one Olympic read was a joke.

Gus Kenworthy has shared his medal-worthy opinion on Ivanka Trump’s presence at today’s Olympic Closing Ceremonies in PyeongChang, South Korea.

“So proud of all these people!” tweeted the 26-year-old freeskier. “Everybody here has worked so hard to make it to the Olympics and have the opportunity to walk in the closing ceremony! Well… Everyone except Ivanka. Honestly, tf is she doing here??”

Kenworthy later tweeted a photo with figure skater Adam Rippon, the other openly gay male athlete representing the U.S. at this year’s more diverse Winter Games. “Two weeks ago, at opening ceremonies, we met and a friendship began. Today, at closing ceremonies, it ends. @Adaripp, please stop calling me. You’re honestly starting to get v clingy and I can’t anymore.”

It’s pretty clear which of the two shady tweets was a gag.

Like Rippon, Kenworthy has been vocal in his criticism of the Trump administration, particularly Vice President Mike Pence’s appointment as leader of the 2018 U.S. Olympic delegation.

Last week, after breaking his thumb during practice, Kenworthy joked that the injury would prevent him from shaking Pence’s hand. “Silver linings!” he tweeted.

Kenworthy, who came out publicly as gay after winning the silver at the 2014 Sochi Games, had, like Rippon, already confirmed that he would not accept a White House invitation from Donald Trump: “I have no interest in faking support.”

While Kenworthy did not reach the podium in PyeongChang, his recent televised smooch with boyfriend Matt Wilkas is believed to be the first same-sex kiss aired during the Olympics.

“To be able to do that, to give him a kiss, to have that affection broadcast to the world, is incredible,” he said. “The only way to really change perceptions, to break down barriers, break down homophobia, is through representation. That’s definitely not something I had as a kid. I never saw a gay athlete kissing their boyfriend at the Olympics. I think if I had, it would’ve made it easier for me.”

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