The president of the US might not know the words to his country's national anthem. Trump struggled to keep up with the rest of the crowd, and critics have charged that the President displayed a lack of knowledge of the anthem's lyrics.
Tens of thousands of fans at a college championship game in Atlanta between the University of Georgia and the University of Alabama booed and cheered has he took to the field for the national anthem. But then "The Star-Spangled Banner", the U.S. national anthem, began to play and everyone stood up to put their hands on their chests and sing the lyrics proudly, and it looked very much as through the President could not remember all the lyrics of the song.
Trump's apparent botching of the words drew particular attention in light of his repeated attacks on black National Football League players kneeling during the anthem.
"We want our flag respected", Trump told the annual gathering of the American Farm Bureau Federation in Nashville.
The president mouthed along to the first few lines of the national anthem with no issues.
There was no such kneeling protest before the game as college players remain in their locker rooms during the anthem.
But supporters praised the president for taking the field, hand on heart.
Trump's anthem fail set off a Twitterstorm of seething sarcasm.
And finally, most people tuned in to Monday night's game for, well the game of course, but others were excited for a separate reason: a new Black Panther trailer.
As he stood on the field alongside country music band Zac Brown Band and a gospel choir, the commander-in-chief appeared to mouth some of the lyrics to the anthem - and it didn't look like he knew what he was uttering.