Transcript for Justin Timberlake and Ant Clemons drop new song
Let's say hello to ABC's Kyra Phillips in D.C. With the latest headlines. Good afternoon. Reporter: T.J., I'm liking the casual mister Rogers look going on there. It's a nice look. Thank you. The crew is laughing here, Kyra. They're doubled over laughing. Reporter: Happy Friday, everybody. Casual Friday. Unfortunately we begin with the disappointing news of the economic headlines this morning or this afternoon. The new numbers are out. 245,000 jobs added in November. That's a slowdown from previous months and lower than economists expected. However a possibmulus package could provide some relief. President-Elect Joe Biden says he'll ask all Americans to mask up on day one of his presidency for 100 days. Biden is also offering Dr. Anthony Fauci, the nation's top infectious disease doctor, a promotion, making him the incoming administration'f medical adviser. This would extend Fauci in his long-term leadership position where he's now advised six presidents. Plans for the vaccine distribution kicking into high gear. The first 20 million doses being precision freezers purchased and health officials practicing timing, dosage and security. Also behind the scenes at the united airlines facility in Chicago. Each plane is expected to carry 1 million doses of frozen vaccine, an operation unlike any other in American history. And hopes not high that this will make it into law. House Democrats poised to vote on a long-shot measure that would decriminalize marijuana use at the federal level. It's the first time in history it's coming up for a vote at the capitol. Not expected to make it into law. As outgoing president trump heads to Georgia to campaign for the Republican senate candidates, there are concerns his false claims about fraudulent elections could hurt turnout. That race getting the musical treatment. Justin Timberlake and aunt Clemmons launches this song. It's in support of Stacey Abrams voting organization. Take a listen. Don't be weak be strong eep breath stay calm Reporter: Amy, we'll be following that historic Georgia run-off for the control of the U.S. Senate taking place January 5th. I like the tune. I like it too. T.J. Said he's going to run to it later this afternoon. It's going to be a slow run. Kyra, thank you. Much more ahead on "Gma3."
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