Here’s what is on tap for Friday:
‘FOX & Friends First’ (6 a.m. ET)
Is Saddam Hussein (search) being denied a fair trial? We’ll get a read from criminal defense attorney, Craig Mitnick.
Plus, how did Saddam’s appearance play on the Arab street? We’ll Hussein Ibish, Washington correspondent for The Daily Star.
And, two reality show women face a difficult decision: Will they choose the guy or the green?
‘FOX & Friends’ (6 a.m. ET)
Saddam Hussein was defiant and combative in his first court appearance. Is this typical behavior for the former dictator? We’ll ask Sir Harold Walker, former British ambassador to Iraq.
How will the trial of Saddam Hussein affect our troops on the ground in Iraq? Oliver North, FOX News military analyst and host of "War Stories," joins the debate.
Should Saddam’s trial be moved to the World Court in the Hague? We’ll ask defense attorney Frank Rubino, who represented Manuel Noriega and has extensive experience in international criminal law.
Saddam says he's still Iraq's president. But does his body language suggest that's what he truly believes? Communications expert Mike Vivion, vice president of Executive Communications Group, offers insight.
Saddam rejects the charges leveled against him. What’s the next step in the trial? Former U.S. Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for International Law Enforcement, Jonathan Winer, explains.
How involved should the U.S. appear to be in Saddam’s trial? Former Secretary of State, Gen. Alexander Haig weighs in.
We’ll get reaction to the latest unemployment figures from Stuart Varney, FOX Business News contributor.
We’ll get a preview of this week’s edition of “FOX News Sunday” from host Chris Wallace.
Plus, ready, set, eat! George Shea, chairman of the International Federation of Competitive Eating, explains how he made chowing down on hot-dogs a sport.
And, this holiday weekend, Louis Schwartzberg, director of “America’s Heart and Soul,” reminds us why America is the greatest country in the world.
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