Flynn, who in 2017 briefly served as national security adviser to then-President Donald Trump and eventually pleaded guilty to lying to the FBI about his contacts with Russia, struggled with the Pledge of Allegiance at an event Sunday.Â
â€œI pledge of allegiance,â€ he began, inserting an extra word. â€œTo the flag, of the United States of America.â€Â
Then he uttered a word that sounded like â€œindividualâ€ but couldâ€™ve been â€œindivisible,â€ a word that comes much later in the pledge, before giving up and letting the audience take over until the end:Â Â
â€œOnly the best people,â€ Kimmel mocked after playing the clip. â€œI bet he knows the Russian pledge of allegiance.â€Â
See more on Flynn, Trump and Sen. Mitt Romney (R-Utah), who had his own problems at a live event over the weekend, in Kimmelâ€™s Monday night monologue:Â
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