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Donald Trump got a Bronx cheer as he went to cast his ballot in New York City, as voters in line booed and jeered his arrival at his polling place on the Upper East Side of Manhattan.

"New York hates you!" one voter yelled as he walked by, according to Vice correspondent Evan McMorris-Santoro.

Trump, a New York resident, is hoping to stage an upset and defeat Hillary Clinton Tuesday night.

Clinton, for her part, voted early Tuesday morning in her home of Chappaqua, New York, located in the New York City suburbs.

Unlike Trump, Clinton was cheered by voters as she arrived with former President Bill Clinton to cast her ballot.