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

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

This summer, enthusiasm for Trump is rising among members of the House of Representatives. Republican lawmakers are pushing a series of legislation and resolutions celebrating the former president, who remains the leading candidate for 2024 despite his legal troubles.

Although mainly symbolic, these actions are seen as a strategic effort to gain Trump's favor. Earlier this month, Rep. Greg Steube (R-FL) proposed renaming several US waters after Trump. Additionally, Rep. Paul Gosar (R-AZ) is advocating for Trump's image to be featured on the $500 bill.

While larger denominations like $500, $1,000, $5,000, and $10,000 bills are no longer produced, they are still legal tender and may be in circulation. Gosar's bill proposes that the Treasury resume issuing $500 notes with a portrait of President Trump, replacing President William McKinley, after a 79-year hiatus. Gosar argued that his proposal is a response to the high inflation rate under President Joe Biden.

The “TRUMP Act of 2024,” officially the “Treasury Reserve Unveiling Memorable Portrait Act of 2024,” seeks to amend the Federal Reserve Act. It mandates that the Secretary of the Treasury print $500 notes from the Federal Reserve featuring the portrait of the 45th President of the United States.

Throughout American history, many presidents have been commemorated in various ways. For instance, the quarter and the dollar bill display the image of George Washington, the first president of the United States. He is also honored by numerous schools, streets, and monuments across the nation, including the capital city, Washington, D.C., and the state of Washington.

The five-dollar bill and the penny both feature President Abraham Lincoln, celebrated for his leadership during the Civil War and the abolition of slavery. The Lincoln Memorial in Washington, D.C., is a notable monument in his honor, and many counties, cities, and schools are named after him.

Ronald Reagan, the 40th president, has received numerous posthumous honors in recent years. In 1998, Washington National Airport was renamed Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport. Numerous schools and buildings, including the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library in California, bear his name.

Amid a highly contested presidential election, some members of Congress are attempting to attach the name "Trump" to significant national assets. Republican congressman Fred Upton, who served as the House representative for southwest Michigan for 26 years until retiring in 2023, noted to USA Today that they are all trying to win over the former president. They seek his recognition.

As Trump gears up for his 2024 presidential campaign, he made a significant move this month by visiting Washington, D.C., for the first time since leaving office. During his visit, he met with Republican leaders in the House and the Senate to discuss crucial issues and share his vision for a potential second term.

Trump emphasized the importance of handling abortion issues at the state level and advocated for strict crime reduction policies to enhance public safety and national prosperity. He also took the opportunity to highlight the achievements of his previous administration and criticize the Biden administration's handling of border security and inflation.

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