Here’s what is on tap for Wednesday:
“FOX & Friends First” (6 a.m. ET)
Did Iran (search) play a role in the attacks of Sept. 11? We’ll ask James Dunnigan, editor in chief of StrategyPage.com.
A former Clinton adviser is in trouble for taking top-secret security memos. How could the blunder affect John Kerry's presidential campaign? We’ll get a fair and balanced debate from Democratic strategist Chris Lapetina and Republican strategist Randy Tate.
Plus, ever wonder why some celebrities and politicians do the things they do? Dr. Georgia Witkin, best-selling author and FOX News contributor, breaks down how actions impact consequences.
“FOX & Friends” (7 a.m. ET)
Could criminal charges be filed against former National Security Adviser Sandy Berger (search) for taking classified documents from the National Archives? Former U.S. attorney, Joe Digenova, spells out the legal scenario.
Or, is the Berger terror memo investigation politically motivated? We’ll ask Sen. Arlen Specter, R-Pa.
The French consulate in New York demands respect! Or at least that's what a sign posted on their door says about applying for visas. Is this a sign that our relationship with France is on the outs? Ken Timmerman, author of "The French Betrayal of America," joins the debate.
The Democrats are gearing up for next week's convention in Boston. What campaign themes will we hear and who's on the speaker list? We’ll get a preview from former New York Governor Mario Cuomo, author of "Why Lincoln Matters."
What does it take to protect your family from terror? We’ll get tips from Juval Aviv, former Israeli counter-terrorism intelligence officer and author of "Staying Safe.”
Plus, we’ll be joined by Tim Howard, American goalkeeper for Manchester United.
And, when you think about men in make-up, nobody made it cooler than the rock band Kiss and their lead singer, Gene Simmons.
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