Trump wishes happy new year to supporters, ‘enemies,’ ‘haters’ and even the media

President Donald Trump ended 2017 much the same way he spent it — on Twitter, needling his foes, as he wished a happy new year to his “enemies,” his “haters” and even the “Fake News Media.”

Earlier in the day, Trump criticized the crackdown on protesters by the Iranian government, mourned the killing of a sheriff’s deputy in Colorado, attacked Democrats and posted a highlight reel of his first year in the White House.

In his first year in office Trump tweeted more than 2,300 times — about six times a day.

And if his New Year’s message sounded somewhat familiar, it was. Last year, Trump tweeted “Happy New Year to all, including to my many enemies and those who have fought me and lost so badly they just don’t know what to do.”

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