Here’s what is on tap for Wednesday:
'FOX & Friends First' (6 a.m. ET)
Dan Rather (search) apologizes and CBS promises an internal investigation. Will this controversy stop at the network, or spill out into the race for the White House? We'll get a fair and balanced debate from Chris Ingram, Republican strategist, and Doug Schoen, Democratic strategist.
Plus, is Rather's apology enough, or does he need to do more to regain the public's trust? We'll ask Dr. Georgia Witkin, best-selling author and FOX News contributor.
'FOX & Friends' (7 a.m. ET)
Ed Gillespie, chairman of the RNC, joins us to explain why he accepts CBS News' apology, but still wants some questions answered.
Dan Rather admits he made a mistake regarding the CBS "docu-drama" and now both Rather and the network are under scrutiny. Can CBS regain its credibility? Fraser Seitel, author of "The Practice of Public Relations" and president of Emerald Partners consulting firm, weighs in.
If a link between the CBS memo snafu and the Kerry campaign is uncovered, how detrimental would it be to the senator's presidential hopes? We'll ask Ed Rollins, political strategist and former presidential campaign manager for Ross Perot.
Plus, John Podhoretz, columnist for the New York Post and FOX News contributor, on why he thinks CBS News' excuses won't fly as they try to backpedal away from their "misleading" Bush military memo story.
And, did President Bush present a convincing enough case at the United Nations (search) to sway more countries to help out in Iraq? We'll ask Nile Gardiner, senior fellow at the Heritage Foundation.
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