The news that the US would place Harriet Tubman on the front of the $20 bill and move Andrew Jackson to the back triggered a variety of responses.
Predictably, racist conservatives cried over the loss of one of their white male icons:
“We need Trump to stop all the PC crap”: Right-wing reaction to the Harriet Tubman $20 bill is (another) new low
Trump on Tubman: "pure political correctness." Trump on Jackson: "tremendous success."
The Best Conservative Reactions To Tubman Bumping Jackson From $20 Bill
Ann Coulter needs to stop: She and the rest of the clueless conservatives need to quit moaning about replacing Jackson with Tubman on $20 bill
Non-racists weigh in
Meanwhile, anyone with a cursory knowledge of history explained why Jackson should be banished:
Andrew Jackson was a slaver, ethnic cleanser, and tyrant. He deserves no place on our money.
Why Andrew Jackson never should have been on the $20 to begin with
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While others challenged the conservatives' blatant racism:
They only want to honor white men: The pathetic conservative meltdown over the Harriet Tubman $20 bill exposes the right’s petty identity politics
5 Questions for People Who Are Outraged Over Harriet Tubman on our $20 Bill
Natives overwhelming applauded the downgrading of the infamous Indian killer:
Native Americans applaud removing Jackson from $20 bill
But some wondered why Jackson wasn't paired with a famous Indian chief--since he's perhaps best-known for instigating the Trail of Tears:
A Native American Chief Should Have Replaced Andrew Jackson on the $20
For more on the subject, see Stanford Cancels Bloody Jackson Play and Indians on US Bank Notes.