From NBC's Mark Murray
Reacting to President Obama's speech, Senate Majority Harry Reid told reporters today that he and other members of Congress are still awaiting details about the president's plan to close the prison at Guantanamo Bay.
Reid has previously said that he opposes the transfer of Gitmo detainees to the United States. Asked today if Obama's speech had made him soften his opposition, Reid called the address "a broad vision," but said he is looking forward to the details when they come out. "We want and are willing to work with him to close Gitmo," the senator said.
Asked what else Congress and the American people need to hear from Obama on Gitmo, Reid answered, "I'm going to leave that to the president."
"He is better at speaking than I am."