Searching social media is a great way to gauge how people feel about breaking news almost instantaneously.
Today is no different.
Following Politico's report that Harriet Tubman will replace former President Andrew Jackson on the $20 bill, many Twitter, Facebook and Instagram users took to their social media accounts to share their opinions.
- UPDATE: The U.S. Department of Treasury has announced that the front of the new $20 bill will feature Tubman and the back will feature The White House and former President Andrew Jackson.
- At the Tubman Museum in middle Georgia, jubilation over $20 honor
- Did “Hamilton” the musical save Hamilton the $10 bill?
From a Michel Jordan crying meme to a quick history lesson, take a look at how a few social media users reacted to the news:
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