President Obama’s plan to shutter the military prison at Guantánamo Bay, Cuba, ran into a buzz saw of opposition on Tuesday, underscoring how difficult it will be for him to fulfill a major campaign promise in his final year in office.
Mere minutes after the president sent Congress his blueprint to empty the controversial facility and move detainees to the United States, Republican leaders declared it dead on arrival.
00:57 Obama Balances Civic-Minded Side With the Lure of a $400,000 Speech16
17:58 Net Neutrality Would Loosen Under F.C.C. Chairman’s Plan14
09:46 It's Hard To Forget The Best Photos From Obama's First 100 Days18
05:16 How does the ’action plan’ compare with the first 100 day reality for Donald Trump?11