Guests and Topics for November 26

Here's what is on tap for Tuesday:

FOX & Friends First (6 a.m. ET)

A Saudi princess says she didn't know her cash gifts ended up in the hands of terrorists. But the U.S. Congress is calling for an inquiry. Could this jeopardize relations with the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia? We'll ask FOX News military analyst Mansoor Ijaz.

Plus, Saddam Hussein wasn't happy that United Nations inspectors were back in Iraq, claiming that they are an excuse for the U.S. to declare war. Will these objections hamper the search for weapons?  Former U.S. ambassador to Morocco, Marc Ginsberg, weighs in.

FOX & Friends (7 a.m. ET)

If the Saudis are united with America in the war on terror, how did funds from the royal family end up in the hands of two Sept. 11 hijackers? We'll get a fair and balanced look from Rich Lowry, editor of The National Review, and Dr. James Zogby, president of the Arab American Institute.

And, could the money trail sink the relationship between our nations? Incoming Majority Whip, Sen. Mitch McConnell, R-Ky., weighs in.

It looks like Saddam's days in power are numbered. But who will lead Iraqi in the post-Hussein era? We'll ask former Iraqi Brigadier General Najib al-Salhi.

How can Saddam's brutal past help to clue us in for his reaction to U.N. weapons inspectors? Jim Michaels, deputy editor of USA Today's world section, explains.

And how is Marilu Henner taking time out to improve your holiday season? We'll ask her.

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