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Nadler denies Gaetz’s request to start committee meetings with Pledge of Allegiance

Chairman Jerrold Nadler declined Rep. Matt Gaetz's request to say the Pledge of Allegiance before each meeting of the House Judiciary Committee.REUTERS/Getty Images

By Kenneth Garger

New York Post

A request by Rep. Matt Gaetz on Thursday to begin each House Judiciary Committee with the Pledge of Allegiance was shot down by Chairman Jerrold Nadler.

Nadler, in his rejection, pointed out that the House already recites the pledge at the beginning of each day in session.

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