A story broke yesterday and it has many people perturbed: abolitionist Harriet Tubman was chosen to take the place of Andrew Jackson on the front of the $20 bill, while the former president will be moved to the back of the bill. This will be first time in more than 100 years that a female has been on America's paper currency and the first ever for an African-American to appear. The last time a woman was featured on a U.S. note was in the 1880s when Martha Washington appeared on a $1 silver certificate. This decision has caused quite a bit of controversy, and Brian and Ainsley Earhardt weighed in on Kilmeade and Friends today. Listen below: