Here’s what is on tap for Monday:
‘FOX & Friends First’ (6 a.m. ET)
Why has the prison abuse (search) problem in Iraq become a political issue? Chris Ingram, Republican strategist, and Cliff Schecter, Democratic strategist, join the debate.
A court date has been set for the first soldier charged in connection with the Iraqi prison abuse scandal. How will this case play out in the military justice system? We’ll get insight from military attorney, Eugene Fidell.
And, from Playboy playmate to happy mother, Jenny McCarthy shares what every couple needs to know when they're expecting!
'FOX & Friends' (7 a.m. ET)
How far up the chain in command should the fallout for the Iraqi prison abuse scandal go? Sen. John McCain, R-Ariz., weighs in.
Would the resignation of Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld bring closure to the prison abuse scandal? We’ll ask Sen. Evan Bayh, D-Ind.
What does the family of Joseph Darby – the military reservist who alerted officers about the abuse at Abu Ghraib (search) prison -- think about his heroic act? We’ll ask Darby's sister-in-law, Maxine Carroll.
The U.S. owns up to its wrongs, but is there more apologizing to be done in Iraq? We’ll ask GOP strategist Rich Galen.
How close are we too nailing the Al Qaeda leader? Richard Miniter, author of "Losing bin Laden," offers insight.
Plus, is the recent conflict between Michael Moore and the Walt Disney Corporation a big publicity stunt for Moore's newest film? We’ll ask Andrew Breitbart, author of “Hollywood Interrupted.”
And, we’ll get the latest on Kobe Bryant trial from attorney Crystal McCrary Anthony, author of "Homecourt Advantage."
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