Donald Trump’s Impromptu New Year’s Eve Press Conference

What is Donald Trump’s New Year’s Resolution? “Make America Great Again. Okay? You knew that one!”

The President-elect stopped to chat with reporters for a couple of minutes during his New Year’s Eve bash at his Mar-a-Lago estate in Palm Beach, Florida on Saturday night.

Here’s the video of the impromptu press conference:

CNBC’s Steve Kopack tweeted out a partial transcript:

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