From the April 18 edition of Fox News' Fox & Friends:
HEATHER NAUERT: And it is official now. The $20 bill will soon have a new face. The Treasury Department expected to announce this week that Andrew Jackson will be replaced by a woman, though it's still unclear which lady from history will get that honor. Harriet Tubman, Rosa Parks, top contenders. Alexander Hamilton will stay on the $10 bill thanks in part to the popularity, really, of the Broadway play Hamilton.
Well, don't expect the changes right away. A new $20 bill won't be issued until at least 2030. It takes a lot of years to develop new security features. What do you think about that? Take him off and putting somebody else on now.
BRIAN KILMEADE (CO-HOST): Why don't we just create another bill for a woman? Create like a --
NAUERT: Like a $2 bill. No, a $4 bill.
AINSLEY EARHARDT (CO-HOST): No, more than that.
KILMEADE: Make it a $25 or something because Andrew Jackson at 13 was a courier in the Revolutionary War.
KILMEADE: He was a congressman, a senator. Certainly one of best generals we ever had.
STEVE DOOCY (CO-HOST): You know, well here's the thing that really got me about what she just said is they're going to keep Hamilton on because of a Broadway show.
NAUERT: That's crazy.
DOOCY: If that is the standard, next thing you know, folks, we're going to have cats on money.
KILMEADE: You know, HBO has got an Andrew Jackson movie out. So I'm sure that will change sentiment again.
EARHARDT: How do you feel about that? Email us.
DOOCY: Yeah, and what woman should be on the next bill that they change? Let us know.
KILMEADE: And should we leave men alone?
EARHARDT: Should we have more women?
DOOCY: I'm pro-woman.
KILMEADE: Right, create a new bill.