Friday on FOX & Friends:
FOX & Friends First (6 a.m. ET)
Former Vice President Walter Mondale is back in the spotlight and running for the late Sen. Paul Wellstone's seat. Can he pull off the last-minute effort? Republican strategist Cheri Jacobus and Democratic strategist Scott Segal join the debate.
Plus, over 3,000 victims' families filed a trillion-dollar lawsuit linking Saudi Arabia to Al Qaeda and the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks. But should the suit be dismissed to preserve our relations with the Arab nation? We'll ask Navy Lt. Kevin Shaeffer, who was critically injured in the Pentagon attack
FOX & Friends (7 a.m. ET)
If a United Nations resolution fails to end our standoff with Iraq, the Bush administration says it will not be afraid to take military action. If it comes to that, what tactics will we use to unseat Saddam? We'll talk strategy with Geoffrey Wawro, professor at the Naval War College and History Channel anchor.
Plus, we'll be joined by one of the most powerful and least understood men in Congress, Sen. Orrin Hatch, R-Utah, author of Square Peg.
We'll preview the upcoming elections with Tony Snow, host of FOX News Sunday.
Politicians aren't the only ones counting votes this election. The markets are watching the races carefully. Hilary Kramer, FOX Business News contributor and senior adviser at Montgomery Asset Management, explains who Wall Street is rooting for and why.
And, is Jerry Springer the new king of all media?
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