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USA Today: Gay US Olympian passes on Pence meeting
USA Today: Gay US Olympian passes on Pence meeting
USA Today: Gay US Olympian passes on Pence meeting

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US Olympic figure skater Adam Rippon turned down a meeting with Vice President Mike Pence after criticizing him for his stance on gay rights, USA Today reported Wednesday. After reading a January 17 interview in which Rippon criticized Pence, the vice president's staff asked the US Olympic Committee to set up a conversation that same day between the athlete and the politician, which Rippon ultimately declined, USA Today's Christine Brennan reported, citing two sources with knowledge of the situation.
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