Donald Trump cast his ballot on New York's Upper East Side late Tuesday morning. He was accompanied by his wife Melania Trump.

As the couple arrived, the candidate was booed by a crowd waiting outside the polling place.
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During an interview with Fox & Friends earlier in the morning, Trump announced who he had decided to vote for.

"Well, I’ve really worked on this hard. But I have made that final decision, yes," he joked, according to Politico. "I’ve decided to vote for Trump."

It looked like he wanted to be sure of his wife's final decision, too, as he was caught by TV cameras apparently peeking into Melania Trump's voting booth as she cast her vote.
Meanwhile, his son Eric broke the law by posting a picture of his ballot on Twitter earlier today, BuzzFeed News reported.

New York state law says
that "Any person who…makes or keeps any memorandum of anything occurring within the booth, or directly or indirectly, reveals to another the name of any candidate voted for by such voter; or shows his ballot after it is prepared for voting, to any person so as to reveal the contents…is guilty of a misdemeanor."

The tweet has since been deleted.
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