New Yorkers let Donald Trump know what they think about him when the Republican presidential entered his polling place in New York City on Tuesday morning:
Scene outside PS 59 as Donald Trump arrives to vote for himself for the second time ever pic.twitter.com/u2ut5yjDssNovember 8, 2016
The crowd taunted him when he left the midtown polling station, calling him "Loser!"—one of Trump's most beloved insults.
And here's @realDonaldTrump getting booed even harder on the way out... #ilovenewyork pic.twitter.com/rkXSPklrulNovember 8, 2016
Clinton, who is also from New York, cast her ballot in Chappaqua on Tuesday morning. Both are holding campaign events in Manhattan on Tuesday night.
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