Out skier Gus Kenworthy says he has no interest in “faking” support for President Donald Trump.

At the 2014 Sochi Games, Kenworthy, 26, took home a silver medal. A few months later, he announced his sexuality in an ESPN the Magazine cover story.

With two months to go until the PyeongChang Olympics in South Korea, Kenworthy told Time magazine that he “embraces” the thought of being the first openly gay male to compete in the Winter Olympics.

“Going into Korea now I feel a lot more pressure, actually, than I did going into Sochi, but it's all for good things, for good reasons. Like, the thought of being the first openly gay male ever to compete in the Winter Olympics … it's fucking cool,” Kenworthy said. “So badly, I want to inspire [the LGBT community] and do well by them. I would love to win a gold medal and have that for my country and for my community.”

After the Olympics, Team USA members are traditionally invited to meet the president at the White House. Kenworthy said that he would refuse the invitation. “I have no interest in faking support,” he said.

He also criticized Trump for his attempt to bar transgender people from serving in the military.

“That is just a direct attack on the LGBT community,” he said. “It shows more courage to leave the house as a trans person than Trump has ever had to show.”

(Related: Judge rejects Trump administration request to delay transgender enlistment.)