Here's what is on tap for Wednesday:

"FOX & Friends First"
Starts at 6 a.m. ET

President Bush (search) meets German Chancellor Gerhard Schroeder. Are both leaders ready to resolve their differences? We'll ask Jackson Janes, executive director of the American Institute for contemporary German studies at John Hopkins University.

The "King of Pop" is back in court and observers say both sides are moving quickly through the Jackson jury pool. How long will it take to pick the panel? We'll get the legal lowdown from Robert Gottlieb, criminal defense attorney.

Plus, is the president's charm offensive working from a PR perspective? We'll be joined by Eric Yaverbaum, president and co-founder of Jericho Communications and author of "Leadership Skills of the Most World's Most Successful CEOs."

"FOX & Friends"
Starts at 7 a.m. ET

Can President Bush and German Chancellor Schroeder find common ground? We'll ask Newt Gingrich, FOX News contributor and author of "Winning the Future."

A bunch of sixth graders in Brooklyn, N.Y. were asked to write letters to a soldier stationed abroad as part of a social studies assignment. U.S. Army PFC Rob Jacobs was shocked when he received the kids' letters as his father Rob Jacobs Sr. joins us to explain.

Jose Canseco (search) admitted to using steroids and dropped the bomb on baseball when he said many of the game's greats are juicing up. The former baseball MVP and author of "Juiced" takes your calls.

Is the president making European friends and influencing people? We'll get a read from Rep. Ileana Ros-Lehtinen, R-Fla.

Jury selection has resumed in the Michael Jackson case, so how hard is it going to be for lawyers to find fair and impartial jurors? We'll get insight from Joseph Tacopina, criminal defense attorney.

Plus, we'll be joined by Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Illustrated model Shakara Ledard.

And, on camera, "American Idol" judges Simon Cowell and Paula Abdul couldn't be more different. Behind the scenes do these "opposites attract" or are they at each other's throats? We'll ask Cynthia Sanz, senior editor at People magazine.

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