Here’s what is on tap for Friday:
‘FOX & Friends First’ (6 a.m. ET)
An apparent audiotape from Usama bin Laden (search) surfaces with a strange call for peace with some of our allies. What effect will it have on our War on Terror? We’ll ask Harold Copus, former FBI special agent and president of Investigative Solutions.
Hank Aaron's name sits atop baseball's home run list. But author Tom Stanton reveals that the story behind the record reveals much more about the man they called Hammerin' Hank.
Critics of the 9/11 Commission (search) claim Jamie Gorelick has a conflict of interest. But fellow 9/11 Commission members are coming to her defense. Should Gorelick be gone? Republican strategist Chris Ingram and Democratic consultant Richard Goodstein join the debate.
Plus, we’ll get helpful hints on how to keep your household clean from Graham Haley, author of "Haley's Cleaning Hints."
‘FOX & Friends’ (7 a.m. ET)
9/11 Commission member Jamie Gorelick says she has no plans of resigning her post on the panel. But if she stays, is the integrity of the committee compromised? We’ll ask Brad Blakeman, former White House deputy assistant to the president.
Will European nations listen to bin Laden’s 90-day ultimatum, or just tune him out? We’ll ask international security expert Dr. Jim Walsh.
John Kerry says that according to his new middle class “Misery Index,” most Americans are miserable. Are Kerry's claims credible, or out of touch? We’ll ask Gary Kaltbaum, Fox Business News contributor and president of Kaltbaum and Associates.
We’ll get a preview of this week’s edition of “FOX News Sunday” from host Chris Wallace.
The king of promotion and the king of cash, Don King, joins us live.
Plus, has “FOX & Friends” gone to the dogs? Clifford the Big Red Dog drops by.
And, from "you're fired," to "you're hired," we’ll be joined by one of the stars of Thursday night’s “Apprentice” finale, Nick Warnock.
E.D. is back on Monday, April 19!
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