Going Elsewhere

The latest impact of last week's political upheaval is in. No KSM in New York City.
White House officials have told the Justice Department to consider other venues for the 9/11 terror trial that was to be held in lower Manhattan, the Daily News has learned.
A shaken president addressed the nation Wednesday night in a rambling, disoriented speech that showed the damage that Scott Brown has done to the White House. Today, the confusion continues.
The decision came after Mayor Bloomberg and other politicians across the state railed against President Obama's plan to try Khalid Sheikh Mohammed in Manhattan Federal Court.
The latest to object was California Senator Diane Feinstein. The straw that broke the camel's back, I guess.
Attorney General Eric Holder now has to think of other places where the trial could take place, officials said.
Scott breathes, America improves.