Donald Trump Gets Booed While Voting for Himself on Election Day: Watch

Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump arrives to vote at the Beckman Hill International School in New York City. After a contentious campaign season, Americans go to the polls today to choose the next president of the United States.
Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump arrives to vote at the Beckman Hill International School in New York City.  Aaron P. Bernstein/Getty Images

Tough crowd. Donald Trump was booed as he arrived to cast his ballot for president at PS 59 in NYC on Tuesday, November 8.

The GOP candidate, 70, was joined by his wife, Melania Trump, as he made his way to the voting booth. While critics didn't hold back, supporters gave him a round of applause.

Once inside, the mogul appeared to take a peek over Melania's shoulder as she filled out her ballot. Eric Trump did the same to his wife, Lara Yunaska.

Earlier in the day, Donald's team tweeted to his more than 13 million followers. "TODAY WE MAKE AMERICA GREAT AGAIN!" they wrote. (As previously reported, Trump's aides took away his Twitter privileges just days before the election.)

The former Celebrity Apprentice host spoke with Fox News' Fox & Friends on Election Day too. "If I don't win, I will consider it a tremendous waste of time, energy and money," he said during a phone interview. "I will have spent over $100 million on my own campaign."

Hillary Clinton, meanwhile, voted with former President Bill Clinton at Douglas Grafflin Elementary School in Chappaqua, New York. The former secretary of state, 69, was all smiles as fellow voters cheered her on.

"Today, let's show the world that love will always trump hate," Clinton's team tweeted on Tuesday.

Relive some of Trump's and Clinton's biggest debate moments in the video above!

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