Trump Gets Last Laugh With Monumental News He Just Received – Dems IRATE

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This summer, pro-Trump enthusiasm is surging in the House of Representatives. A slew of legislation and resolutions commemorating the former president—who is still the front-runner for 2024 despite his legal issues—are being pushed by Republican lawmakers.

Despite being primarily symbolic, the actions are viewed as a calculated attempt to win over Trump. Rep. Greg Steube (R-FL) suggested renaming several of the waters surrounding the US after Trump earlier this month. Rep. Paul Gosar (R-AZ) is now pushing for the $500 bill to have Trump’s image.

The bigger denominations such as $500, $1,000, $5,000, and $10,000 bills are no longer issued by the United States, but they are still legal tender and may be in circulation. According to Gosar’s bill, the Treasury will resume issuing $500 notes with a portrait of President Trump instead of President William McKinley, following a 79-year pause. Gosar claimed that his plan is a reaction to President Joe Biden’s high rate of inflation.

The “TRUMP Act of 2024,” also known as the “Treasury Reserve Unveiling Memorable Portrait Act of 2024,” is a bill that aims to modify the Federal Reserve Act. It requires the Secretary of the Treasury to print $500 notes from the Federal Reserve that have the 45th President of the United States’ portrait on them.

A number of American presidents have had their names and likenesses immortalized in various forms throughout the country’s history. For example, the quarter and the dollar note feature the image of the first president of the United States, George Washington. He is honored by numerous schools, streets, and monuments across the nation in addition to the nation’s capital city, Washington, D.C., and the state of Washington.

The five-dollar bill and the penny both show President Abraham Lincoln, who is revered for his leadership during the American Civil War and the abolition of slavery. One notable national monument honoring him is the Lincoln Memorial in Washington, D.C. There are also a lot of counties, municipalities, and schools named after him.

The 40th president, Ronald Reagan, has won multiple posthumous awards in more recent times. Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport replaced Washington National Airport in 1998. He is honored with a number of schools and structures, notably the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library in California.

In the midst of a fiercely contested presidential election, certain members of Congress are attempting to attach the moniker “Trump” to important national assets. They’re all attempting to win over the former president, according to Republican congressman Fred Upton, who served as the House representative for southwest Michigan for 26 years until retiring in 2023, as reported by USA Today. They wish for him recognition.

As he prepares for his 2024 presidential campaign, Trump made a key move this month by making his first trip back to Washington, D.C. since taking office. During his visit, he met with the leaders of the Republican parties in the House and the Senate to talk about important matters and to share his ideas about what a potential second term may entail.

In order to improve public safety and national prosperity, Trump advocated for abortion issues to be handled at the state level and stressed the significance of strict crime reduction policies. Trump also used the occasion to highlight the accomplishments of his previous administration and criticize the way the Biden administration is currently managing border security and inflation.


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