Here is what’s on tap for Friday:
‘FOX & Friends First’ (6 a.m. ET)
CIA Director George Tenet (search) ends his seven-year tenure with a surprise resignation. Tenet says he is doing it for personal reasons, but did political pressure force him out? We’ll ask Fred Gedrich, former State Dept official and senior policy analyst for the Freedom Alliance.
We’ll analyze the twist and turns of Scott Peterson’s double murder trial with criminal defense attorney John Patrick Dolan.
We’ll preview President Bush’s meeting with Pope John Paul II with Francis Moloney, dean of the School of Theology and Religious Studies at Catholic University of America.
Plus, they led the assault on Omaha Beach nearly 60 years ago and took the fight all the way to the Nazis' front door. We’ll look at the amazing story of the U.S. Army's First Infantry Division with Flint Whitlock, author of “The Fighting First.”
‘FOX & Friends’ (7 a.m. ET)
His resignation came as a surprise to many, but are personal reasons all that's behind George Tenet's goodbye? We’ll get a read from Peter Brookes, former CIA intelligence officer and senior fellow at the Heritage Foundation.
Plus, could Tenet's resignation rattle the upcoming presidential election and ultimately reflect badly on President Bush? Dick Morris, Fox News political analyst and author of “Rewriting History,” weighs in.
And, how will Tenet’s departure impact the markets? Jonathan Hoenig, president of Capitalist Pig Asset Management, joins the debate.
Did Ahmad Chalabi leak confidential information about U.S. war plans for Iraq to Iran? We’ll ask Michael Isikoff, investigative correspondent for Newsweek.
Are we any closer to discovering what happened to Jimmy Hoffa? Charles Brandt, author of “I Heard You Paint Houses,” and Eric Shawn, Fox News senior correspondent, weigh in.
We’ll get a preview of this week’s edition of “FOX News Sunday” with host Chris Wallace.
Plus, we’ll be joined by one of the best drivers NASCAR has to offer, Jeff Gordon.
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