Here is what's on tap for Wednesday:
FOX & Friends First (6 a.m. ET)
Will the nation back President Bush's plan for Saddam? We'll get analysis from both sides of the political aisle from FOX News contributors Dr. Monica Crowley and Ellis Henican.
President Bush faces one of the most important speeches of his political career. How did he do? We'll rate his primetime performance with Dr. Georgia Witkin, author, psychology professor at Mount Sinai and a FOX News contributor.
FOX & Friends (7 a.m. ET)
Big issues and big policies. Can the president make a big impression with his State of the Union? We'll get Washington's reaction from Beltway Boys co-host, Fred Barnes.
Wondering what our soldiers carry into battle? We'll get a look at some of their gear with Sgt. Jasin Willburn, from the Second Battalion, 25th Marines.
Does the U.S. already have all the proof it needs to remove Saddam by force? FOX News foreign affairs analyst Mansoor Ijaz says yes.
Plus, the real story behind Joe Millionaire is one of many stories you'll see on Fox's network magazine show, The Pulse. We'll get a preview of the new season from host Shepard Smith.
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