Here's what is on tap for Tuesday:
Fox and Friends First (6 a.m. ET)
U.S. forces step up their search for Saddam, raiding suspected safe houses and capturing some of his bodyguards. How close are we to capturing the deposed dictator? We'll ask Fred Gedrich, senior political analyst at Freedom Alliance and former U.S. State Department official.
For more than eighty years, Bob Hope entertained the masses. He also took his show on the road, cheering up troops on the front lines of every major conflict since World War II. With more on Hope's armed forces contribution is entertainment biographer Lawrence Quirk. He's the author of Bob Hope: The Road Well-Traveled.
Fox and Friends (7 a.m. ET)
Our next guest was a young serviceman when Bob Hope came to entertain the troops, but he's best known for his TV gigs... like The Tonight Show (search). We'll be joined by Ed McMahon.
President Bush is meeting with the Saudi foreign minister today to discuss a classified part of the 9/11 report that may include a Saudi terror tie. Stephen Shwartz will tell us how the report points directly to a Saudi terror link. He's the author of The Two Faces of Islam.
His sons are no longer and now U.S. forces say that "the noose is tightening" around Saddam. How are the Democrats reacting to the president's performance in Iraq? Democratic president candidate and Missouri congressman Dick Gephardt will weigh in.
TV personality Dick Cavett will join us to discuss the thrill of meeting Bob Hope, as he respected him a lot. In Touch Weekly's senior editor Tom O'Neil will also be here to take a look at the comedic legend's impact on the world of entertainment.
And we'll welcome former Dallas Cowboy Troy Aikman. He led his team to three super bowl victories, and now he's calling the shots for FOX sports!
Plus, we'll have two funny guys from the cast of American Wedding, Eddie Kay Thomas, who plays "Finch", and Thomas Ian Nichols, who plays "Kevin".
Don't miss a moment with us!
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