Lawmakers, political figures share their New Year's resolutions for 2018
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As lawmakers and other high profile figures in Washington prepare to turn the calendar from 2017 to 2018, many are taking to social media to share their resolutions for the New Year.

President TrumpDonald John Trump Former US ambassador: 'Denmark is not a big fan of Donald Trump and his politics' Senate Democrats push for arms control language in defense policy bill Detroit county sheriff endorses Booker for president MORE shared a video that recapped images of his first year in office.

“What a year it’s been, and we’re just getting started,” Trump tweeted Sunday. 

He later wished a happy New Year to "all of my friends, supporters, enemies, haters, and even the very dishonest Fake News media".

President Trump’s daughter, Ivanka, tweeted earlier in the week that her New Year's resolution is to “sleep more,” while sharing an article about the negative health effects of sleep deprivation. Her brother, Donald Trump Jr.Donald (Don) John TrumpPETA billboard in Baltimore calls Kushner a 'rich pest' Dick Cheney to attend fundraiser supporting Trump reelection: report House chairman warns foreign governments to 'cease and desist' spending money at Trump properties MORE, also tweeted a happy new year wish, offering a "pre-apology" for the upcoming year.

 

 

Lawmakers also took to Twitter, with Sen. Tim KaineTimothy (Tim) Michael KaineA lesson of the Trump, Tlaib, Omar, Netanyahu affair Warren's pledge to avoid first nuclear strike sparks intense pushback Almost three-quarters say minimum age to buy tobacco should be 21: Gallup MORE (D-Va.) calling for human rights and equality worldwide, and Rep. Eric SwalwellEric Michael SwalwellHickenlooper ends presidential bid Scenes from Iowa State Fair: Surging Warren, Harris draw big crowds Nadler hits gas on impeachment MORE (D-Calif.) asking followers to “unite, resist, & reclaim” the country.

Rep. Al GreenAlexander (Al) N. GreenDanish prime minister: Trump's idea to buy Greenland 'absurd'  Juan Williams: Democrats finally hit Trump where it hurts We need a climate plan for agriculture MORE (D-Texas), who helped lead an effort to bring a vote on impeachment to the House floor earlier this month, said his resolution is to “defend democracy from bigotry emanating from the presidency.” 

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After the Cleveland Browns lost its game Sunday to become the second NFL team ever to go 0-16 in a season, Rep. Ted Lieu (D-Calif.) resolved “to make sure that in 2018, the #Browns win more than the #GOP.”

 

Not every lawmaker shared their personal resolutions, but many made a point to share "Happy New Years" wishes.