2. Various, casket being carried in and placed on stand
3. Close-up President Donald Trump, Melania Trump and Franklin Graham
4. Pull out, cross on casket
5. UPSOUND (English) Rev. Patrick Conroy, Chaplain, US House of Representatives: ++SHOT CHANGES++
"Let us pray. We give you thanks Almighty God for the appearance among us of great men and women, who inspire us to a greatness beyond most of our imaginings. This day we honor a man of faith, Billy Graham, whose preaching and teaching was transformative in our nation."
6. Mid, Graham family
7. Pan, Trump speaking
8. SOUNDBITE: (English) Donald Trump, US President:
"In the spring of 1934, Billy Graham's father allowed a group of Charlotte businessmen to use a portion of the family's dairy farm to gather for a day of prayer. On that day the men prayed for the city. They prayed that out of Charlotte the Lord would raise up someone to preach the Gospel to the ends of the Earth. We are here today, more than 80 years later because that prayer was truly answered. Billy Graham was 15-years-old at the time. Just a few months later, he accepted Jesus Christ as his Lord and Saviour. That choice didn't just change Billy's life, it changed our lives. It changed our country and it changed, in fact, the entire world. The North Carolina farm boy walked out of those fields into a great and beautiful history."
9. Wide, Trump speaking
10. SOUNDBITE: (English) Donald Trump, US President:
"Today we give thanks for this extraordinary life and it is very fitting that we do so, right here in the Rotunda of the United States Capitol, where the memory of the American people is enshrined."
11. Various, Donald and Melania Trump laying a wreath
U.S. President Donald Trump says the Rev. Billy Graham "changed our country" - paying tribute to the late evangelical preacher as he lies in honor at the U.S. Capitol.
Trump calls the rare tribute afforded Graham "very fitting," saying Graham was a "legendary" American figure who deserved to be recognized in the place "where the memory of the American people is enshrined."
Graham was known as the pastor to presidents, for his personal ties with nearly every American leader over more than a half-century.
The pine casket carrying Graham will lie in honor in the Rotunda on Wednesday.
Graham died last week at age 99. He ministered to presidents of both parties and others for the better part of seven decades. Former presidents Bill Clinton and George W. Bush visited Graham's home near Charlotte, North Carolina on Tuesday.