Here's what is on tap for Thursday:
"FOX & Friends First"
Starts at 6 a.m. ET
The White House says it's looking "more likely than ever" that Iran will be hauled before the United Nations Security Council over its recent decision to restart its nuclear research. Do Tehran's nuclear ambitions have it on a collision course with Washington? We'll ask Ilan Berman, author of "Tehran Rising" and the vice president for policy at the American Foreign Policy Council.
Plus, the quest is on to find the funniest reporter on the planet! We'll be joined by one of the judges, comedian Dom Irrera, and one of the contestants, Michael Maiello , Forbes magazine writer.
"FOX & Friends"
Starts at 7 a.m. ET
In his new book, President Bush’s former Iraq point man defends his year serving as the highest American official in Iraq in the immediate aftermath of the U.S.-led invasion. But does Paul Bremer's autobiography spill any secrets about the tight-lipped Bush administration? And was he really Bush’s “scapegoat” for postwar setbacks? Find out when the career diplomat sits down for a FOX & Friends interview!
Also, Arizona Governor Janet Napolitano has sent more than 100 National Guardsmen to help the border patrol stop illegal immigration in her state. Will New Mexico and California soon follow suit? And will this really solve our immigration problems? We’ll ask National Border Patrol Council President T.J. Bonner.
And, it got hot in Washington at Judge Samuel Alito's confirmation hearings on Wednesday when Senator Ted Kennedy stirred things up by publicly sparring with the Supreme Court nominee! So how did Alito handle the heat? We'll debate it.
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