Here’s what is on tap for Thursday:
‘FOX & Friends First’ (6 a.m. ET)
Does Iraq's new interim government have the power to get Iraq on track? And what role will the coalition play in the months ahead? We’ll ask Jack Spencer, senior policy analyst at the Heritage Foundation.
Plus, whether it's American Jose Padilla -- suspected of plotting to kill other Americans -- or so-called ally Ahmad Chalabi -- possibly leaking U.S. secrets to Iran -- Americans may now be forced to face the enemy within. How do we do that? We’ll ask Fox News contributor and best-selling author Dr. Georgia Witkin.
And, this Sunday marks the 60th anniversary of D-Day. What did it take to plan the mission? We’ll get insight from Patrick O’Donnell, author of “Operatives, Spies, and Saboteurs."
‘FOX & Friends’ (7 a.m. ET)
Is Iraq's new transitional government strong enough to navigate the rocky road to democracy? We’ll ask Coalition spokesman Dan Senor.
Plus, is this political step enough to move Iraq safely towards self-rule? Rep. Harold Ford Jr., D-Tenn., joins the debate.
Is there a link between Al Qaeda and Saddam Hussein? We’ll ask Stephen Hayes, author of “The Connection.”
The defense lays out its case in the Scott Peterson trial: Hurling accusations at cops and prosecutions. What's behind this defense strategy? We’ll ask Peter Johnson, Fox News legal analyst.
Strange bedfellows? Ed Gillespie, chairman of the RNC, and Don King, boxing promoter extraordinaire, join us to explain the importance of the African American Economic Empowerment Tour.
Plus, we know Jimmy Johnson can coach football, but when it comes to his true passion of fishing, the sidelines take a back seat!
And, speaking of football, Baltimore Ravens star linebacker Ray Lewis is coming to your home... via a new video game!
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