The No Glory for Hate Act would prevent any federal symbol, monument, statue, building, or land from being named after a president who has been impeached twice by the House of Representatives. The bill spells out several specific examples, including military bases, highways, streets, and subways. (The Washington, D.C. public transit system has a station named after Ronald Reagan.)
As private properties, Trump Tower and Trump-branded hotels and golf courses would remain unaffected.
Trump’s name does not actually appear once in the legislative text. Yet Trump is the only president to have been impeached twice by the House, so in practice the bill would only apply to him — at least so far. The Democratic-led House impeached Trump twice: first on charges of abuse of power and obstruction of Congress for Trump’s threat to withhold foreign aid to Ukraine unless the country investigated his political rival Joe Biden, then for inciting the Capitol Hill riot.
It was introduced in the House on January 25 as bill H.R. 484, by Rep. Linda Sánchez (D-CA38).