Donald Trump’s New Year’s Resolution: “Make America Great Again”

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It’s the time of year for New Year’s resolutions, and now that President-elect Donald Trump has revealed what his resolution is, it’s going to make quite a few people happy.

When reporters asked Trump what his resolution was, he said, “Make America great again,” he replied. “OK? I’ll do that one!” Breitbart reported.

Trump was celebrating the New year at Mar-a-lago in Palm Beach, Florida, where hundreds of guests gathered, including Sylvester Stallone and Fabio.

Trump said he planned to return to New York City to get back to work on his transition.

“Well, we just want to have a great evening and we look forward to getting to work on Monday and being back,” he said. “We’re having some great success, right here. We’re picking a lot of great people to run our government.”

Reporters also asked Trump about President Barack Obama’s plans to brief congressional Democrats about a way to secure the president’s signature health care program.

“He’s president until Jan. 20th. And then after that it’s our turn,” he replied. “So we’ll see what happens.”

Jan. 20 is a day that millions of Americans have been looking forward to since the election.

Trump also used social media to let his followers know what his plans for America are.

He also wish his enemies, “who have fought me and lost so badly they just don’t know what to do,” a happy new year as well.

Many Americans will be happy to know that Trump is still focused on working for the American people. Even though he hasn’t made it to office yet, it looks as though he’s going to do his best to keep the promises he made during his campaign.

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Source: conservativetribune.com

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