Donald Trump said at his Manhattan polling place Tuesday that he was feeling confident about the outcome, but social media users thought the GOP presidential nominee seemed less certain about who his wife was voting for.
For a quick moment, the Republican presidential candidate was seen on video glancing toward Melania as they cast their ballots side by side.
Many on social media thought he was trying to peer into her booth.
"When you trust your wife to vote for you, but not really," one person joked in a tweet.
"When you know you got the right answer but you just checking your friend's test to make sure," another person said.
Trump was also joined at the polling place by daughter Ivanka, and son-in-law Jared Kushner.
The Trump family was greeted with boos as they arrived. But across the street many cheered, including a group of construction workers on the job, according to NBC News.