Here’s what is on tap on Tuesday:
FOX & Friends First (6 a.m. ET)
With U.S. troops already risking their lives in Iraq (search) and Afghanistan, can we afford to send more to another hot spot? We’ll ask former Liberian refugee and fellow at Refugee International, George Kun.
Students at the University of Central Florida want to decorate the campus with hundreds of American flags. But is this proposed patriotic show a form of political intimidation? We’ll get a fair and balanced debate from Heather Smith, president of Rebuilding on a Conservative Kornerstone, and Kevin Martin, executive director of Peace Action.
The possibility of Saddam Hussein's return to power still haunts the Iraqi people. What will it take to restore confidence in the coalition? We’ll put that question to Con Coughlin, author of Saddam: King of Terror and executive editor of London's Sunday Telegraph.
FOX & Friends (7 a.m. ET)
A marathon operation to separate conjoined Iranian twin sisters may take longer than expected. We’ll get more on this risky surgical procedure from Dr. Marcelo Cardarelli, cardiac surgeon at the University of Maryland Hospital for Children.
How much did was known about Usama bin Laden's terror network before Sept. 11 and why wasn't Al Qaeda stopped before the attacks? Should Presidents Bush and Clinton be forced to answer these tough questions? We’ll ask John Lehman, Ronald Reagan's Navy secretary and member of the independent commission investigating the attacks.
If the latest reported tape recording of Saddam's voice is really him, how much more violence will our troops face in Baghdad? We’ll get insight from Sen. Saxby Chambliss, R-Ga., member of the Senate Armed Services and Select Intelligence Committees.
Plus, our soldiers in Iraq keep coming under fire despite the combat phase of the war being declared over. Is the situation as bad as it is being portrayed, or is it even worse? That’s the question for the man who led the assault on Baghdad, former Second Brigade, Third Infantry Division Commander U.S. Army Col. David Perkins.
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