Here's what is on tap for Wednesday:
'FOX & Friends First' (6 a.m. ET)
Could undecided women voters decide this year's presidential election? We'll ask David Frum, former speechwriter for President Bush.
Plus, maintaining peace will be much easier for Iraq once a strong, stable army of their own is established. How can we help Iraqis speed up the process? We'll ask Major General Bruce Robinson, commander of the U.S. Army Reserve's 98th Division.
And, thanks to Donald Trump (search), getting "fired" may be in vogue. Now, Harvey MacKay, author of "We Got Fired," joins us to highlight what famous celebrities, sports figures and business moguls have gotten the axe in the past.
'FOX & Friends' (7 a.m. ET)
Lloyd Glick shares the heroic story of his son Jeremy, whose sports mentality helped him take action on Flight 93 on September 11, 2001.
With Election Day closing in, what can President Bush and John Kerry do to nab voters who are still on the fence? We'll ask Bill Kristol, FOX News political analyst and editor of "The Weekly Standard."
Pennsylvania is one of the states to watch in this year's presidential election. Political columnist for The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette Dennis Roddy joins us with the lowdown on the swing state.
Plus, we'll break down this year's crazy pennant races with baseball great, Tommy John.
And, why does Jim Nelson, author of "Freefall of the American University," think that American colleges and universities are corrupting the minds and morals of their students? We'll ask him.
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