Ivanka Trump ripped for New Year’s Resolution to not be a sleep deprived mom with a White House job

On Wednesday, President Trump’s oldest daughter Ivanka used Twitter to share her 2018 New Year’s resolution.

The tweet included a link to a USA Today article about the dangers that can arise from sleep deprivation. “New Year resolution, sleep more,” Ivanka wrote.

“Doctors are in agreement on the precise level of sleep needed,”  the article reads. “At least seven hours is necessary per night. Not five or six hours because you think you can handle it. That may be OK in the short term, but shortsighted thinking will kill you eventually. Sleep deprivation compounds, so every night counts. None of us are immune, no matter how busy or important you are. So the next time you start thinking about how to better yourself, improve productivity or stay ahead of the herd, lose the bravado and just go to bed.”

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The article went on to describe some newly discovered scientific reasons for all of us to ensure we get enough sleep.

Sure, getting more sleep happens to be among the most common, innocuous resolutions out there, but that didn’t stop the 36-year-old White House adviser from being ruthlessly mocked by plenty of small-minded people who apparently woke up on the WRONG side of the bed.





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