Jackson and Tubs sounds like a buddy cop movie more than currency design.
In an interview this week, Republican National Committee chair Reince Priebus refuted claims that his job is hard this election cycle and that he's "not pouring Baileys in my cereal." Late Show's Stephen Colbert noted that this idea is awfully specific for someone who is not pouring liquor in his Lucky Charms.
More details are coming out about the Harriet Tubman $20 bill, including that Andrew Jackson will be on the back side of the new currency. The Daily Show's Trevor Noah joked that the Jackson/Tubman bill sounds more like a buddy cop movie than currency. After all, it's not like American currency hasn't changed throughout history.
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