MSNBC Newsers Tell Us Some of Their Resolutions for 2019

By A.J. Katz 

It’s been pretty well-documented on this site that 2018 was a rather amazing year for the television news industry.

MSNBC on-air talent is prepared for 2019, and they have provided us with some of their resolutions for which should be another eventful year ahead:

  • Chris Hayes (Anchor, All In With Chris Hayes) –  “I’m determined to drink less caffeine!”
  • Chris Matthews (Anchor, Hardball) – “To cover the Mueller report with insight and historic context.”
  • Yasmin Vossoughian (Co-Anchor, Morning Joe: First Look) – “Trust the process. Have faith everything will be ok and work out instead of constantly asking ‘what’s next or what’s around the corner.’ Life is a journey and everything happens for a reason.”
  • Stephanie Ruhle (Anchor, MSNBC Live; NBC News correspondent) – “Talk less, listen more.”
  • Ali Velshi (Anchor, MSNBC Live; NBC News & MSNBC business correspondent) – “To limit myself to one indictment a week.”
  • Ayman Mohyeldin (Co-anchor, Morning Joe: First Look) – “My New Year’s resolution is to be more disciplined with my time and learn how to compartmentalize my life between family and work while finding ways to fulfill my creative aspirations more.”
  • Ari Melber (Anchor, The Beat with Ari Melber; MSNBC chief legal correspondent) – “My resolution: Run more, use my phone less, and ‘Keep it 100’ whenever possible, but probably not 100 percent of the time.”
  • Nicolle Wallace (Anchor, Deadline: White House; NBC News political analyst) – “In 2019, I would like to eat less candy.”
  • Trymaine Lee (MSNBC correspondent) – “My New Year’s resolution is to continue to be intentional about nurturing the relationships I care about most and running at least 15 miles a week.”
  • Jacob Soboroff (NBC News/MSNBC Correspondent) – “My New Year’s resolution is to leave my cell phone as far away from my bedroom as possible. At least on weekends. Maybe.”