One of the questions put to the 11 candidates in the TV debate was who their choice would be for the redesigned bill.
Fr. Mc Manus continued: “It should not matter if an Irish-American is Republican or Democrat, all self-respecting Irish-Americans must demand an apology from Jeb Bush for his insensitive and offensive statement”.
“Probably illegal, but what the heck?” he joked.
The only woman on the stage, Fiorina said she wouldn’t put another woman on the bill.
“A strong leader is what we need in the White House, and she certainly was a strong leader that restored the United Kingdom to greatness.”
Speaking at the CNN presidential debate, brother of the nation’s former president, George Bush, said he would want Ronald Reagan’s partner, Thatcher.
“That would generate a lot of interest”.
Their selection onto a new note design will be announced later this year and the bill will actually enter commercial circulation much later on in 2020. Ohio Gov. John Kasich floated Mother Teresa for the spot.
Front-runner Donald Trump nominated his daughter, Ivanka then added that Rosa Parks, the civil rights hero who launched the bus boycotts of Alabama.
Chris Christie picked the wife of former president John Adams, Abigail Adams, while Scott Walker chose a founder of the Red Cross, Clara Barton, while Rand Paul went for the women’s suffrage movement pioneer Susan B. Anthony.