Here’s what is on tap for Monday:
“FOX & Friends First” (6 a.m. ET)
Could a ceasefire intended to help facilitate peace in Fallujah have made things worse for coalition troops? We’ll ask retired U.S. Army Sgt. Maj. Steve Greer.
A Presidential Daily Briefing is one of the latest pieces of information to be analyzed by the 9/11 Commission. But will it lend any new insight, or just be manipulated to spread partisan agendas? Fred Gedrich, senior policy analyst for the Freedom Alliance, weighs in.
Plus, what does the PDB tell us about the administration's efforts to stop Al Qaeda? Scott Segal, Democratic strategist, and Steve Malzberg, WABC radio host, join the debate.
“FOX & Friends” (7 a.m. ET)
As the coalition continues its military mission in Iraq, so does the resistance -- especially in and around the Sunni triangle. What should our focus be and are we on the right track? We’ll ask retired U.S. Army Maj. Gen. Donald Edwards, Fox News military analyst.
Plus, we’ll be joined by a man familiar with dangerous times in Iraq, U.S. Army Maj. Gen. Ray Odierno, commanding general of the Fourth Infantry Division.
Does the president's declassified briefing point towards intelligence failures preceding Sept. 11? We’ll ask former CIA analyst, Marvin Ott.
And, does the released memo bolster critics' claims that the White House didn't do enough to stop a looming Al Qaeda attack? Fred Barnes, Beltway Boy and executive editor of The Weekly Standard, joins the debate.
The fighting in Fallujah is on hold, but Bill Powell, senior writer for TIME magazine, says the uncertainty about Iraq's future is on the rise.
Plus, what it is like to be held captive by enemy thugs? We’ll ask Ron Young, former Iraqi prisoner of war.
And, we’ll sit down with Joseph Klein, author of “The Foolish, the Feckless and the Fanatic.”
You won't want to miss the show on Wednesday, April 14 when Kathie Lee Gifford guest hosts!
And, E.D. is back on Monday, April 19!
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