A newly-elected city commissioner in Miami could not say the Pledge of Allegiance and had to be helped by the public.
Miami City Commissioner Sabina Covo, a Democrat, was just elected to the commission in a February 27 special election. During her first commission meeting on Thursday evening, Covo was asked to lead the Pledge of Allegiance, but said she did not know it. The commission chairwoman and the public had to say the pledge without her.
A Twitter account called Because Miami posted a clip of the commission meeting Friday. In the clip, Commission Chairwoman Christine King said they would say the pledge of allegiance to open the meeting. “Commissioner Covo, could you lead us in the Pledge of Allegiance, please,” she asked. What Covo says is
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