Here’s what is on tap for Monday:
“FOX & Friends First” (6 a.m. ET)
John Kerry's slams President Bush for using smear tactics, but Bush says he's just stating the obvious. We’ll get insight from Democratic strategist Daedre Levine.
Even if you're not in New Orleans, there's always a way to celebrate Mardi Gras. Holly Clegg, author of “Trim and Terrific,” explains how.
Plus, are common detours preventing women from getting a great job? Tory Johnson, CEO of Women for Hire, joins us with some great career tips.
“FOX & Friends” (7 a.m. ET)
Democracy will prevail over terror in Iraq. That’s the message Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld delivered during his unexpected visit to the Gulf. Marc Ginsberg, former U.S. ambassador to Morocco and Fox News foreign affairs analyst, joins the debate.
She spent two terms in the White House as the first lady. Is Hillary Clinton out to stake her claim on the Democratic Party? We’ll ask Bob Tyrrell, author of “Madame Hillary” and editor in chief of American Spectator.
Ralph Nader jumps into the presidential race. Will his entry be deadly for the Democrats hoping to take the White House? We’ll ask Jennifer Palmieri, press secretary for Sen. John Edwards' campaign.
Martha Stewart's lawyers want charges against the kitchen queen and her stockbroker dropped. Does the diva's defense stand a chance and is it a good idea for Martha to take the stand? We’ll get a read from former federal prosecutor Tim Susanin.
Plus, Mel Gibson's "The Passion of the Christ" doesn't open in theaters until Ash Wednesday, but it's been stirring up controversy about its depiction of Jesus' last hours. Does it deserve the criticism? Thelma Adams, film critic for Us Weekly, weighs in.
And, will the couple from "My Big Fat Obnoxious Fiancé" pull off the ultimate wedding scam and collect a million dollars? Bride-to-be, Randi Coy, joins us with a preview of Monday night's "Big Fat" finale.
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