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Who is Michael Flynn’s son?

You all might now know who is Michael Flynn and his wife, now let’s know who is Michael Flynn’s son? Michael Flynn’s son is Matt Flynn. Before we go into detail on his son, why not once recall about him in short?

Michael Flynn

Mike Flynn began his 33-year Army career as a second lieutenant in military intelligence. In 2014, he was forced to leave his post as director of the Defense Intelligence Agency after spending three years as intelligence chief of the Joint Special Operations Command in Iraq. In 2016, Flynn supported Donald Trump and was named Trump’s national security adviser in November.

Upon discovering his contact with the Russian ambassador, he resigned after 24 days in office and subsequently faced legal troubles due to his lobbying interests and failure to disclose information. He pleaded guilty to lying to the FBI about his conversations with the Russian ambassador in December 2017.

 Michael Flynn career

During the Obama administration, Michael Flynn headed the Defense Intelligence Agency, before abruptly resigning “amid conflicts within the agency as well as between the general and leaders,” CNN reported in 2014.

The two developed a close bond over their shared view of foreign policy as Flynn began advising Trump in 2016. Flynn was reportedly told by Trump to “stay strong” during the early stages of the Russia investigation. The former security advisor was the first White House official to face charges.

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About Matt Flynn

Matt Flynn is a former American football player who spent most of his career as a quarterback for the Green Bay Packers of the National Football League. He is also a two-time BCS National Champion and a Superbowl winner (XLV). Flynn was born on June 20, 1985, in Tyler, Texas. Alvin’s son attended Tyler Legacy High School in Tyler, Texas, and played college football at Louisiana State University.

Matt Flynn’s Career

Flynn was the backup to Marcus Randall for the LSU Tigers in 2004. Flynn wasn’t able to secure a starting position with the Tigers until 2007. While leading the team to a BCS National Championship, he threw for 17 touchdowns against 10 interceptions and only surpassed the 300-yard passing mark twice.

The Green Bay Packers selected him in the seventh round of the 2008 NFL Draft. He became Aaron Rodgers’ backup for the Packers. Against the New England Patriots, Flynn threw 251 yards, three touchdowns (one each to John Kuhn, James Jones, and Greg Jennings), and an interception for a passer rating of 100.2. In 2011, in a game against Detroit Lions, he threw for 480 passing yards and six touchdowns.

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