Here's what is on tap for Tuesday:
FOX First (6 a.m. ET)
The allegations about Arnold Schwarzenegger's mistreatment of women pile up in the last few days of the recall campaign. What can we expect in the final hours of California's recall vote? Republican strategist Dan Frisa and Democratic pollster Margie Omero will debate it out.
Winning an election takes more than just money, connections and good ideas. It requires a candidate with winning characteristics. Does Arnold have what it takes to beat the competition? We’ll ask FNC contributor Dr. Georgia Witkin.
FOX & Friends (7 a.m. ET)
It's D-Day for the candidates in the California recall (search) race. Did last-minute dirt dishing hurt Arnold or will he “terminate” the competition? Schwarzenegger’s former media consultant Bill Whalen will weigh in.
The U.S. ambassador to the U.N. says Syria is on the wrong side of the war on terrorism. But not everyone agrees that Israel was justified in their air attack on a Syrian camp. We’ll hear the latest from Dan Gillerman, Israel's ambassador to the United Nations (search).
Newsweek’s national correspondent Allison Samuels will go behind Kobe Bryant’s superstar image and examine his trouble ahead.
FNC’s Beltway Boy, Mort Kondracke will offer his insight about the California recall.
And here to discuss the skeletons in Gov. Gray Davis’ closet as well as the scheming behind last-minute allegations against Arnold will be California Congressman David Dreier and syndicated columnist Jill Stewart.
Plus we’ll have actress Daryl Hannah from the new Tarantino movie, Kill Bill!
And… he spent 22 years in the military and worked for the Pentagon’s top generals. But, since retiring from the army, our next guest has turned his talents to writing. Here to tell us about his latest novel, Private Sector will be best selling author and FNC military analyst Brian Haig.
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