Eric Trump illegally tweets a picture of his ballot

Eric Trump violates New York law

Published November 8, 2016 4:31PM (EST)

Eric Trump, Donald Trump Jr.   (AP/Cheryl Senter)
Eric Trump, Donald Trump Jr. (AP/Cheryl Senter)

After voting for his father on Election Day, Donald Trump's son, Eric, broke the law by photographing his ballot and then tweeting the image.

Eric Trump's tweet read: "It is an incredible honor to vote for my father. He will do such a great job for the USA," but was quickly taken down from Twitter Tuesday.

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New York does not allow photos in polling booths.

Before it was removed, The Verge took a screenshot of the illegal tweet.

Eric Trump's latest petty crime is a throwback to when he was caught drinking lemonade from a free water cup at an In n' Out Burger in October.

By Grace Guarnieri

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