Donald Trump issued his 2014 Christmas card via social media this year, firing lame duck President Barack Obama with his signature catchphrase, and further stoking a potential presidential bid of his own.
The card went out to millions of Twitter and Facebook fans on Tuesday.
Just days before issuing the card, Trump gave ABC's chief White House correspondent
a preview tour of his new digs on Pennsylvania Ave — a largely vacant post office building he's turning into a luxury Trump International Hotel.
Asked if he was considering a bid for the White House — just blocks from the new hotel — he didn't shy away.
"Look, I have great popularity, the polls all show great, great numbers," Trump said. "I am looking at it very, very seriously. And If I decide to do it, I will do it."
Trump's announcement was welcome news for many who say that after years of weak recovery under Obama, the country desperately needs a leader with business experience.
This sentiment shone through on Twitter, where — in addition to wishing everyone a Merry Christmas — The Donald also called upon his fellow Americans to tweet their New Year's resolutions to "Make America Great Again" using the hashtag #TrumpNewYearsRes.
Many of the responses were heartfelt, touching on service to veterans, education, and getting back to basic principles of American enterprise.
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