Guests and Topics for July 7

Here’s what is on tap for Wednesday:

‘FOX & Friends First’ (6 a.m. ET)

Senator John Kerry (search) chooses an articulate first-time senator over more seasoned politicians. How will this move pay-off in November? We’ll get a fair and balanced debate from Daedre Levine, Democratic strategist, and Angela McGlowan, Republican strategist.

Saddam's defense team says a convoy of legal experts will travel to Baghdad in a show of support and thousands of lawyers have volunteered to help defend the former dictator. We’ll examine their interest with Sandra Mackey, author of "The Reckoning: Iraq and the Legacy of Saddam Hussein."

Plus, did Iraqi scientists tell the CIA before the Iraq war that Saddam abandoned his weapons program? We’ll ask former CIA intelligence officer and senior fellow at the Heritage Foundation, Peter Brookes.

And, we've all heard the saying, "men are dogs." Now meet Wendy Dimond, an enterprising woman who decided to find out just how much.

‘FOX & Friends’ (7 a.m. ET)

How did John Kerry pick John Edwards as his running mate? We’ll ask Jim Johnson who was in charge of Kerry's search committee for vice president.

Kerry's campaign gets a dose of southern charm now that John Edwards is on board. But can this Democratic duo win over the swing states and win in November? We’ll ask Bob Beckel, Democratic strategist, and Mike Gallagher, syndicated talk radio host and FOX News contributor.

Kerry's choice for vice president has Democrats all fired up. But does John Edwards really have what it takes to be second in command? We’ll ask the vice president’s ‘first lady,’ Lynne Cheney.

We’ll be joined by the other Democrat running for president, Ohio Congressman Dennis Kucinich.

Is it true that the CIA held back Iraqi arms data from President Bush? We’ll get a read from Sen. Carl Levin, D-Mich., member of the Select Intelligence Committee.

Is terrorist Abu al Zarqawi recruiting religious fanatics and remaining Saddam loyalists to keep the unrest going in Iraq? Retired U.S. Army Maj. Gen. Paul Vallely, FOX News military analyst, weighs in.

It's a chilling video that gives us a glimpse into the culture and mindset of Zarqawi and his terrorist network in Iraq. What can we learn from it? We’ll ask Michael Ware, Time magazine's Baghdad bureau chief.

While John Kerry and John Edwards team up, Ed Gillespie, chairman of the Republican National Committee, explains how President Bush is breaking out his own power player.

Soccer is practically a national obsession in Iraq. But many lack the proper equipment and space to play the game. Now some soldiers in the U.S. Army are trying to change all that as Captain Alexander Fyfe from the 1-37 Field Artillery Battalion explains.

Plus, meet this year's winner of the American Junior Miss Competition, Shannon Essenpreis.

And, Maria Sharapova (search) took Wimbledon by storm when she stunned Serena Williams to become the second youngest women's champion, ever. Now she joins us in the studio!

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