Here's what is on tap for Friday:
"FOX & Friends First"
Starts at 6 a.m. ET
The president gives his first prime-time address on Hurricane Katrina (search). What sort of impression did he leave on the nation? We'll get a fair and balanced debate from Democratic strategist Richard Goodstein and Republican pollster Jim McLaughlin.
Then, John Roberts (search) finishes another hard day of questioning before the Senate committee. Is he any closer to becoming the seventeenth chief justice of the Supreme Court? We'll ask Kenneth Jost, author of "Supreme Court A to Z."
Plus, in times of crisis, should citizens not depend on the government but on themselves? Rickard Wood, director of Protection Survival Management, joins the debate.
"FOX & Friends"
Starts at 7 a.m. ET
President Bush addresses the nation on prime-time television. What did his message mean for the victims of Hurricane Katrina? We'll ask New Orleans evacuees, Pastor Larry Elder and his wife, Helen.
The president unveils his economic plan for hurricane relief efforts. We'll get the details from Treasury Secretary John Snow.
Can President Bush win back the American public's confidence? We'll get a fair and balanced debate from Mike Gallagher, syndicated radio host, and Bob Beckel, Democratic strategist.
Plus, can the U.S. economy handle the cost of clean up after Hurricane Katrina? We'll get a read from Gary B. Smith, columnist for RealMoney.com.
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