Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez briefly grabbed the hammer from Parliament Speaker Nancy Pelosi on Friday to run the house – supposedly the youngest woman ever to do so.
The Democrat, representing New York's 14th congressional district, tweeted the news.
"Every day here is a sacred privilege + a sacred responsibility entrusted to me by my church, I never forget that and moments like these drive it home," she wrote.
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Ocasio-Cortez (29) presided over one of them routine rotation of members for about an hour, Reuters reported.
The Congressman presided over "special orders," which typically consist of members of the House of Representatives who discussed their home districts after completing their legislative work.
CLICK HERE TO OBTAIN THE FOX NEWS APP Time Chair. And it's exciting, "Ocasio-Cortez told reporters. It is certainly a view. I wish we could, I wish we could take pictures. "
Last month, Pelosi, D-Calif., Described Ocasio-Cortez as" a wonderful member of Congress, I believe all our colleagues will confirm. "As she said, certain districts, such as the newcomers, "Solid Democratic."
Bradford Betz of Fox News contributed to this report.