Here’s what is on tap for Wednesday:

“FOX & Friends First” (6 a.m. ET)

Saddam Hussein is about to face the new Iraqi court system. Will his twenty lawyers get him a fair trial? We’ll ask Andrew McCarthy, National Review contributor and former federal prosecutor.

Security is the primary concern as Iraq's new government takes over. But how prepared are the new leaders to keep their country safe and secure? Retired U.S. Army Green Beret Lt. Col. Gordon Cucullu joins the debate.

And, how will Iraq’s new leaders fulfill their democratic promise while rebuilding its people's trust? We’ll get insight from FOX News contributor and best-selling author, Dr. Georgia Witkin.

Plus, meet Britton Keeshan, who at age 22 set a world record by climbing the seven highest peaks on the seven continents.

“FOX & Friends” (7 a.m. ET)

Saddam Hussein's fate will soon be in the hands of Iraqis. How will he respond to the judicial process he faces? We’ll ask Simon Henderson, author of "Instant Empire.” 

Saddam's custody will be in the hands of the Iraqis. What will his judicial process look like? Jonathan Turley, law professor at George Washington University, weighs in.

And, we’ll hear from Rod Nordland, Newsweek magazine's Baghdad bureau chief, who has actually met with some of Saddam's lawyers.

Plus, what do Americans think about the transfer of power in Iraq? We’ll ask independent pollster Scott Rasmussen, president of RasmussenReports.com.

Ever wonder what it is like to be held captive behind enemy lines? We’ll get a firsthand account from Chief Warrant Officer Dave Williams, who was a POW in Iraq.

Is the United Nations not only soft on terrorism, but comfortable living with it? We’ll ask Jed Babbin, former deputy undersecretary of Defense and the author of "Inside the Asylum.”

Plus, Alia Sabur's IQ has been described as "off the charts" and at age 14, she was the youngest female in U.S. history to ever graduate from college. She joins us in the studio to discuss how she became the youngest person to be awarded a Ph. D fellowship from the Pentagon.

And, an explosive new book details the last five years of Princess Diana's life. Were they filled with a state of paranoia, secret lovers and a plot to kill her? We’ll ask Andrew Morton, author of "Diana... In Pursuit of Love."

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