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ABC Evening News for Sunday, Jan 20, 2013
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(Washington: David Muir) The official swearing-in of President Obama for his second term introduced; photos shown from the White House and the Capitol steps.

(White House: Jonathan Karl) The brief White House ceremony in which Supreme Court Chief Justice John Roberts read from notes and tomorrow's ceremonial inauguration before Obama's speech featured; scenes of the ceremonies today and in 2009 shown. [OBAMA - talks about the Bibles.] [Obama campaign manager Jim MESSINA†- says Obama will work across party lines.] What Obama has to do in his speech tomorrow to set a tone for his second term and the issue of security in Washington, DC, discussed.

(Washington: Cecilia Vega) The security presence at the inauguration tomorrow examined; details given about the logistics of the 2009 event; scenes shown from the streets. [Secretary of Homeland Security Janet NAPOLITANO - talks about security coordination and organization.] [Metro police department Chief Cathy LANIER†- explains the guide system.] The expected size of the crowd, the law enforcement presence and past bad weather at inaugurals discussed.

(Washington: David Muir) Tomorrow's ABC News coverage of the day's events noted.

Reporter(s):
Muir, David;
Karl, Jonathan;
Vega, Cecilia
Duration:
00:06:07

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