Editor's note: Kelly posted the following in our sister blog, First Read, but since Nightly News will cover the story extensively tonight, I'm posting it here as well.
More White House build-up to President Bush's third speech on the war on terror at 1:30 p.m.: Senior Bush advisors say the speech and the accompanying proposal to correct the military tribunals for Guantanamo detainees, which the U.S. Supreme Court deemed unconstitutional back in June, will generate an "enormous amount of news." When asked by the press corps if they're raising expectations, White House spokesperson Tony Snow responded, "We're gonna deliver today," and, "Trust me, it's better than you think." However, he would not provide any further guidance on the "enormous amount of news" of the speech. Hill lawmakers will be briefed before the speech today.