Transcript for Biden inauguration will be like no other in history
As we know President-Elect Biden's inauguration will be unlike any other we've seen. With that heightened security in D.C. And the overcast of the coronavirus pandemic. His focus for the future will be uniting the nation. Mary Bruce joins us with the very latest on that, good morning, Mary. Reporter: Good morning, robin. Right now Joe Biden is preparing to leave his home state of Delaware for the last time as President-Elect and make his way here to Washington. Now, tomorrow with most of the traditional morning events with the outgoing president canceled instead Joe Biden will go to church and just learned he invited congressional leaders of both parties to join him. Then afterwards they'll be right here to the capitol, there will be no big crowds, no huge celebration but there will be lady gaga. She will be singing the national anthem and Jennifer Lopez also performing then, of course, right at 12:01 Joe Biden will be stworn in as the next president and he will deliver the biggest speech of his life, he will be reaching out to all Americans, many of whom are really hurting in the midst of this pandemic and financial crisis and Joe Biden will begin the herculean task of trying to turn the page and heal and unite this country. Of course, while all this is going on back at the white house the staff will be scrambling to turn over the residence including a very deep cleaning as you can imagine, far more thorough than normal years when we're not in the midst of a pandemic. I can imagine so. He wants to get right to work and not wasting any time. We're learning he plans on taking a big step on his first day about overhauling immigration? Reporter: Right on day one, robin, he will send here to congress a sweeping immigration reform bill. It will provide an eight-year pathway to citizenship for millions living in this country without legal status. It will also broaden the admissions policy for refugees and for those so-called dreamers it will allow them to immediately apply for a green card. This is a sharp departure from the much more harsh policies that we have seen under president trump but it is also a bill that is likely to face some stiff opposition from Republicans here in congress, robin. Probably so. All right, Mary, thank you. George will anchor ABC's complete coverage of the inauguration starting with a special edition on "Gma" and live throughout this historic day tomorrow here on ABC,
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