FAST FIVE: Watch: Joe Biden Inaugurated As The 46th President Of The United States
As was the case with previous inaugurations, most of Congress and the Supreme Court are expected to be in attendance, as are some former presidents.
Bush and Bill Clinton are all set to attend, as are former first ladies Michelle Obama, Laura Bush and Hillary Clinton.
O'Donovan, a Jesuit priest who is the former president of Georgetown University and a close friend of the Biden family. Andrea Hall, the first African American female firefighter to become captain of the Fire Rescue Department in South Fulton, Georgia, will recite the Pledge of Allegiance.
Amanda Gorman, who became the country's first Youth Poet Laureate in 2017, will read a poem she has written for the occasion called “The Hill We Climb.” Like Biden, Gorman had a speech impediment that she has worked hard to overcome.
What will be most evident, aside from the lack of crowds, will be the plethora of security.