Here’s what is on tap for Monday:
FOX & Friends First (6 a.m. ET)
What role will Russia (search) play in the rebuilding of Iraq? We’ll get insight from foreign policy analyst, Ian Bremmer, president of the Eurasia group.
Plus, with their wedding called off and their relationship holding on by a thread, is all but over for Ben and Jen? We’ll ask Victoria Gotti, editor-at-large for Star magazine.
FOX & Friends (7 a.m. ET)
United States soldiers find a treasure trove of weapons in Saddam's hometown. Will such raids stem the tide of attacks on our forces? We’ll get a firsthand report from retired U.S. Marine Corps. Lt. Col. Bill Cowan, FOX News military analyst.
The search for Saddam’s weapons of mass destruction has been going on for months. So far, U.S. forces have come up empty-handed and Tim Burger, correspondent for Time magazine, may know the reason why.
National Security Adviser Condoleeza Rice (search) says prior to the war in Iraq, there was new evidence of a WMD program in Baghdad. So where are those weapons? We’ll ask Fred Barnes, founder and executive editor of The Weekly Standard and co-host of The Beltway Boys.
In his search for aid in the reconstruction of Iraq, President Bush is having a tough time with United Nations. Is there any chance the international body will come around? We’ll ask former U.S. Attorney General Dick Thornburgh, author of Where the Evidence Leads.
He's been a bodybuilder, a business man and an actor. Now Arnold Schwarzenegger wants to be the next governor of California. How did Schwarzenegger go from pumping iron, to pushing politics? We’ll get insight from Martin Kasindorf, national affairs reporter for USA Today.
Plus, we’ll be joined by John O’Hurley, star of UPN’s new sitcom The Mullets.
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