Here is what's on tap for Wednesday:

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

Seven days in and still no nothing illegal to report from United Nations weapons inspectors in Iraq. Despite the empty score card president bush insists Saddam is hiding banned weapons. Can Hans Blix's search party deliver results? We'll ask FOX News contributor and columnist for the New York Post, John Podhoretz.

FOX & Friends (7 a.m. ET)

The Saudi Arabian government says it does not now -- nor has it ever -- funded terrorism. A government spokesman outlined new steps to protect money from charity from getting into the wrong hands, but will it really keep cash from killers? We'll take a look.

Plus, the Saudis are insulted and pained by U.S. accusations that they're not tough on terror. To combat the negative publicity, the Saudi government has launched a major PR campaign. But did they get off to a good start? We'll ask public relations expert Dan Baum, CEO of Periscope Communications.

Saddam declares that he'll give up the goods on his stockpile a day before the scheduled U.N. deadline. Will this move have any impact on our military timetable if and when it comes to a strike on Iraq? We'll ask FOX News military analyst retired Marine Lieutenant Colonel Bill Cowan.

Judsen Culbreth, vice president and editorial director of Scholastic Family Custom Publishing, joins us with affordable educational products for kids -- just in time for the holidays!

Plus, we'll be joined by singer Lee Greenwood.

And, the fabulous Kathy Griffin drops by the studio on a break from her global trek to entertain the troops!

Don't miss a moment with us!

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