The whispers have grown louder — day by day, week by week — leading to the U.S. presidential election.
International Olympic Committee members, be they from major European nations or tiny countries in far-flung corners of the world, have quietly grumbled about Donald Trump.
They don’t like his positions on NATO and international trade. They don’t like his proposals on immigration.
Now, with the polls tightening, there is renewed speculation about how a potential Trump victory could impact Los Angeles’ campaign to bring the Games back to Southern California in 2024.
IOC leaders insist that domestic affairs will not factor into their...