New members of Congress share their experiences on social media in a way we've never seen before.

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New elected members shared their experiences on social media like never before.

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez used her stories on Instagram to guide people behind the scenes in the orientation process for new members, from office selection for learning the Byzantine Tunnel complex to Instagram Lives to discuss and answer questions about Instant Macaroni with Potted Cheese.

There were other progressive newcomers, such as Ilhan Omar and Rashida Tlaib, who never hesitated to use Twitter to reject the critics (or the traditional rules of the House) with the clear purpose of announcing the arrival of a new generation of politicians.

People's Party representative Dan Crenshaw tweeted his New Year's resolutions.

As new elected officials get used to Washington (hiring staff, determining the budget of their offices and choosing apartments to rent), they will also be tempted to move in the new political landscape of both. the sides of the aisle.