Here’s what is on tap for Friday:
‘FOX & Friends First’ (6 a.m. ET)
Pensacola, Florida was hit hard by Hurricane Ivan (search). What's being done to clean up the mess? We’ll ask Peter Teahan, Red Cross spokesperson.
CBS's Dan Rather now admits there are serious questions about the authenticity of the memos questioning President Bush's military service. What impact is all this having on the candidates? We’ll ask Democratic strategist Chris Lapetina and Republican strategist Rich Galen.
Plus, Ivan's wind and rain may have moved on, but there's plenty of damage left in its wake. How's Alabama coping with the storm clean up? We’ll be joined by Mobile Police Department Chief Samuel Cochran.
'FOX & Friends' (7 a.m. ET)
Dan Rather (search) now acknowledges there may be serious questions about those memos about bush's military service. How is the controversy affecting the network's credibility? We’ll ask David Blum, author of "Tick, Tick, Tick: The Long Life and Turbulent Times of '60 Minutes.'"
How is the Florida panhandle recovering from Hurricane Ivan's punch? We’ll ask Rep. Jeff Miller, R-Fla.
Plus, FEMA Director Mike Brown joins us from Birmingham, Alabama to give us an idea of just how much destruction Ivan caused.
And, FOX News senior correspondent Eric Shawn joins us with a preview of "Breaking Point: U.N. Blood Money" — a FOX News special that uncovers some shocking new details about corruption in the Oil for Food program.
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