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In 2016, during President Obama's second term, Treasury Secretary Jacob Lew announced an initiative to put nineteenth-century abolitionist Harriet Tubman on the $20 bill, replacing a portrait of President Andrew Jackson.
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At the time, Donald Trump — then a Republican candidate for the presidency — opposed the initiative, calling it "pure political correctness." (After assuming office, President Trump embraced Jackson as a political role model, hanging his portrait in the Oval Office and celebrating his birthday in Tennessee.)
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