Here’s what is on tap for Monday:
“FOX & Friends First” (6 a.m. ET)
Supporters of an anti-American (search) cleric rioted in four Iraqi cities Sunday, battling coalition troops in the worst unrest since the spasm of looting and arson immediately after the fall of Saddam Hussein. At least 22 Iraqis, eight U.S. troops and one Salvadoran soldier died. What touched off the violence? We’ll ask Daniel Pipes, director of the Middle East Forum.
National Security Adviser Condoleezza Rice testifies before the 9/11 Commission on Thursday. Does that mean Richard Clarke's criticism of President Bush will be put to rest? Pat Schaefer, Democratic strategist, and Kellyanne Conway, Republican pollster, join the debate.
The judge in the Michael Jackson case gives the pop star's lawyers access to the accuser's personal records. Is this a major advantage for the defense? We’ll ask Robert Gottlieb, criminal defense attorney.
“FOX & Friends” (7 a.m. ET)
Terror resurfaces in Spain as several suspects in the train bombings blow themselves up. Could more attacks be coming Spain's way? National security and political analyst, Ed Turzanski, weighs in.
Could terrorists influence how Americans vote in the next presidential election? We’ll ask Gary Aldrich, syndicated columnist and former FBI agent.
Is there a growing trend of TV sitcoms with political agendas? Tim Graham, director of media analysis at the Media Research Center, joins us with insight.
How do our forces go about defusing what seems to be an increasingly tense situation in Iraq? We’ll ask retired U.S. Army Maj. Gen. Robert Scales, Fox News military analyst.
The Saudis are under close investigation for suspicious money transfers and possible links to terror as Newsweek’s Michael Isikoff explains.
Plus, we’ll sit down with Fox News’ Rita Cosby who had a chance to get up close and personal with the “King of Pop” last week.
And, we’ll be joined by actress Vivica A. Fox, star of “Ella Enchanted.”
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