Here’s what is on tap for Wednesday:
FOX & Friends First (6 a.m. ET)
President Bush said the global fight against terrorism is stronger than ever. Did the head of state make his point during his press conference at the Rose Garden yesterday? We’ll ask Republican strategist Dan Frisa and Democratic strategist Scott Segal.
Firefighters are struggling to contain the flames that are ravaging Southern California. Mike Da Luz was a technical adviser for the fire that burned more than 137,000 acres in Colorado last year. He’ll join us.
FOX & Friends (7 a.m. ET)
Our next guest lost her home to a California wildfire. But she's doing her best to cope, along with her family. We'll be joined by Melody Morse over the phone, whose home was located in San Diego County, California.
If foreign fighters are behind the deadly attacks in Iraq, how does that change the scope of the security mission facing our troops? FNC military analyst, retired Lt. Col. Oliver North will offer his insight.
Our next guest has been fighting these dangerous California wildfires for over a week now. Ken Munsey, captain of the San Bernardino County Fire Department (search) will tell his story.
President Bush says rising violence in Iraq won't push the U.S. out of Iraq. Is the rest of Washington as committed? Florida Senator Bill Nelson will tell us.
CBS will air a controversial made-for-t-v movie on the Reagans next month. Mike Paranzino says the prime time portrayal of the 40th president is part of a smear campaign, and he's leading a boycott on the network. He’ll join us from D.C.
Amber Frey (search) will take the stand today at Scott Peterson's double-murder preliminary hearing. How important is this witness and how will the prosecution fare? FNC legal analyst Lis Wiehl will offer her analysis.
Halloween on the Beach!
Don’t forget to join FOX & Friends on Friday, October 31 from 7-9 a.m. ET at the Doubletree Surf-Comber in Miami! The address is 1717 Collins Avenue. Come in costume!
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