Move over, Alexander Hamilton.

The U.S. Treasury announced last week that it's going to put a woman on a redesigned $10 bill. It will be the first time a woman is featured on the nation’s paper money in more than a century.

The new bill will be unveiled in 2020, the 100th anniversary of the passage of the 19th Amendment, which gave the women the right to vote.

Which woman will receive the honor will be decided later this summer.

Greg Gutfeld said on "The Five," "It seems we've decided, 'Let's make it a woman,' without deciding who that woman should be."

Luckily, "The Five" co-hosts were ready to share their picks on today's show.

Gutfeld had a few possible suggestions, such as Caitlyn Jenner or "the perfect 10," Bo Derek.

Juan Williams threw out a few himself: Eleanor Roosevelt, Harriet Tubman and Betty Friedan.

Eric Bolling lamented that it will eventually be Hillary Clinton on the bill, regardless. But he had a solid option of his own: Rosa Parks.

Get the rest of "The Five" co-hosts picks above.


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