Donald Trump Knows Which Woman Should Go on $10 Bill
When the U.S. Treasury announced that Alexander Hamilton would be replaced with a woman on the $10 bill, the announcement went wild in the media and led to a great deal of Twitter activity and general discussion regarding which woman America would like to see in its exchange for goods and services.
Enter Donald Trump, who has also been a source of media focus following his extravagant entrance into the 2016 presidential race. Questions have been raised about the real estate mogul’s seriousness following a series of bizarre statements and revelations from Trump ever since his announcement. Trump has already universally labelled Mexican immigrants as rapists, falsified the details of his announcement speech, and paid actors to attend his commencement, and on Tuesday morning, he weighed in on who he would like to see on the $10 bill.
CNN Politics’ Chris Moody tweeted that Trump was asked the question during a press event earlier today. Trump decided that he didn’t want abolitionist Harriett Tubman, who came out on top in a previous campaign, nor did he want the accomplished former First Lady Eleanor Roosevelt. Instead, Trump had someone else in mind:
Question for Donald Trump: "What woman do you want on the $10 bill?"
Trump: "My mother."
— Chris Moody (@moody) June 23, 2015
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