When U.S. Olympic skier Lindsey Vonn is racing down snowy South Korean mountains in February, you can bet President Donald Trump will be the last person on her mind.

Ahead of the Winter Games this year in Pyeongchang, the 33-year-old gold medalist sat down with CNN's Christina MacFarlane to chat about competing once again for Team USA and the possibility of winning her second gold medal.

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A new holiday ad by Starbucks features an interracial couple, a Muslim man wearing a taqiyah, and same-sex partners.

In other words, it's hard to read it as anything other than a fierce, festive rebuke to Trumpism.

The ad, which is part of the coffee giant's "Give Good" campaign, highlights "the connections shared by [its] customers with their family and friends at this time of year," a company spokesperson told The Huffington Post. The animation also shows off that you can color in the brand's holidays cups this year. (Shoutout to all you adults still using coloring books!)

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On Feb. 11, 2017, Meryl Streep accepted the Ally for Equality Award given by the Human Rights Campaign, the nation's leading LGBTQ rights group.

The honor came about a month after her rousing speech at the Golden Globes accepting the Cecil B. DeMille Award, when she took on Trumpism (without ever once saying the president's name), celebrated an open and fair press, and defended immigrants everywhere.

Even with the bar held so high, though, Streep's remarks at the HRC gala didn't disappoint.

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