"The Teaser” is a preview of the guests we have lined up for the next day – so you know when to tune in (and when to set your alarm!). Guests and times are always subject to change. We start at 5:00AM Monday and Tuesday and 3:00AM Wednesday for the latest elections results.
5:40AM Michael Scheuer, Former CIA Counterterrorism Analyst and headed the CIA's Osama Bin Laden, with the latest analysis on the cargo plane bomb threat. Was this a test run for a bigger plot?
6:24AM Ed Rollins, CNN Senior Political Analyst and Republican Strategist, Hilary Rosen, CNN Political Contributor and John Avlon, CNN Contributor and Columnist for the Daily Beast, on the midterm elections, we’ll look at close races across the country and what happens in the final hours.
6:40AM Paul Cruickshank, CNN Terrorism Analyst and Fran Townsend, CNN National Security Contributor, on the latest terror threat. How does the U.S. stop something like this from happening in the future? What are the risks to passengers; could we be flying on planes with bombs in the cargo hold?
7:10AM Rep. Chris Van Hollen (D) Maryland and Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee Chairman, on the midterm elections and the Democrats’ ability to maintain control of the House.
7:30AM Michael Steele, Chairman of the Republican National Committee, on Tuesday’s midterms. Is he worried the Republicans won’t do as well as expected? What’s happening in Alaska in the battle between Senator Lisa Murkowski and candidate Joe Miller?
8:24AM Amy Kremer, Chairman of the Tea Party Express, with one day until the midterms, what is the Tea Party Express doing as a last minute push before voters go to the polls? How influential will the Tea Party be in this election, has the organization lost any steam?
8:40AM Jeffrey Toobin, CNN Senior Legal Analyst and Adam Sessler, Host of G4 Network's "X-PLAY" and Editor in Chief, G4 Games Content, on Schwarzenegger v. Electronic Merchant Association/Entertainment Software Association. The case going before the Supreme Court Tuesday which will determine if states can keep kids from purchasing violent video games.
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