Steve Doocy had a man-on-the-street approach to finding supporters who didn’t want Harriet Tubman to replace slave master Andrew Jackson on the front of the $20 bill.
As he asked for people’s opinions, he found that one man thought it was a good thing to replace Jackson.
“Well, trail of tears and all of that. I think it’s probably time to get rid of Andrew Jackson.”
Doocy looked surprised when he got a response he wasn’t ready for.
“Really? You’re okay?” he asked the guest.
“I’m okay with it,” he said.
“Alright. Good enough,” Doocy said.