CORRECTION: Joe Biden’s statement (see below) using a portion of the Pledge of Allegiance was taken out of context. A false claim of Biden “botching” the pledge was incorrectly attributed to the video below. This was a mistake, and we would like to correct it and give our readers the full picture of what was said by former VP Biden.

According to AFP, the claim is false:

“This is false; Biden was not reciting the pledge in the clip, but rather making the point that he would seek to serve both his opponents and supporters if he is elected president.”

The entire speech for context is below and gives the full picture of what was being said by Joe Biden:

“I pledge allegiance to the United States of America, one nation, indivisible, under God, for real.”

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In the same speech, Biden said this: “You voted for Obama and I and then an awful lot of people in this county changed, and they voted for Trump last time. I know many of you were frustrated, angry; you believed you weren’t being seen, represented, or heard. I get it.”

 

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