Here’s what is on tap for Tuesday:
FOX & Friends First (6 a.m. ET)
What should we expect from President Bush’s Middle East summit? We’ll ask Michael Evans, author of Beyond Iraq: The Next Move.
Plus, how will moving the trial to Alabama affect the case against Olympic bombing suspect Eric Rudolph? William Sullivan, former federal prosecutor, weighs in.
FOX & Friends (7 a.m. ET)
Bush's quest for Mideast peace is underway -- can the world be cautiously optimistic? Ambassador Dennis Ross, former special Mideast coordinator and FOX News foreign affairs analyst, joins the debate.
As accused bomber Eric Robert Rudolph prepares to go to trial what will we learn about one of America's most wanted? We’ll ask criminal profiler and forensic scientist, Brent Turvey.
Plus, five years ago a pipe bomb loaded with nails exploded outside a Birmingham, Alabama woman's clinic. We’ll be joined by a survivor of that bombing, Emily Lyons.
President Bush and French President Jacques Chirac shared an historic handshake. But can they prove to the world that they can move on? Mike Gallagher, syndicated talk-radio host, joins the debate.
And, he's puts the swing in badda-bing! Uncle Junior from The Sopranos, Dominic Chianese, joins us with his latest CD, Ungrateful Heart.
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