On Fox News:
Fox & Friends, 6 a.m. ET: U.S. Sen. Ted Cruz, R-Texas; U.S. Reps. Mark Meadows, R-N.C. and Jim Jordan, R-Ohio
On Fox Business:
Mornings with Maria, 6 a.m., ET: Matt Schlapp, chairman of the American Conservative Union.
Varney & Co., 9 a.m., ET: Sarah Sanders, former White House press secretary.
On Fox News Radio:
The Fox News Rundown podcast: "Rep. Kevin McCarthy: Democrats’ Impeachment Push ‘Inept’ and ‘Embarrassing’" - The Democratic-led House Judiciary Committee pushed forward Tuesday with its investigation into impeaching President Trump with a hearing focused on former Trump campaign manager Corey Lewandowski. House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy explains why he thinks the Democratic Party is wasting its time and putting personal feelings against Trump ahead of the country.
Also on the Rundown: Nearly 50,000 members of the United Auto Workers went on strike late Sunday against General Motors. Is this latest labor dispute a sign of trouble for America’s auto industry? Fox Business Network’s Kristina Partsinevelos spoke to some of GM’s striking employees in Arlington, Texas, and shares their concerns about the industry’s future. In addition, “The Car Coach” Lauren Fix and Rebecca Lindland, founder of Rebeccadrives.com, discuss how changes in the global market and in consumer tastes are making the future more challenging for companies like GM.
Plus, commentary by Leslie Marshall, Democratic strategist and Fox News contributor.
The Brian Kilmeade Show, 9 a.m. ET: Tilman Fertitta, chairman and CEO of Landry's Inc.; Jackie Gingrich Cushman, author of "Our Broken America: Why Both Sides Need to Stop Ranting and Start Listening"; Martha MacCallum, host of "The Story with Martha MacCallum"; Sarah Sanders, former White House press secretary; Mike Huckabee, former Arkansas governor; Diane Tavenner, author of "Prepared: What Kids Need for a Fulfilled Life."
The Todd Starnes Show, Noon ET: U.S. Rep. Andy Biggs, R-Ariz., sounds off on Tuesday's House Judiciary Committee's Trump impeachment hearing with Corey Lewandowski and U.S. Sen. Josh Hawley, R-Mo., discusses what can be done about conservative speech being censored on social media.