A video showing Republican presidential nominee Donald TrumpDonald TrumpJulian Castro knocks Biden administration over refugee policy Overnight Energy & Environment — League of Conservation Voters — Climate summit chief says US needs to 'show progress' on environment Five takeaways from Arizona's audit results MORE being turned away by multiple polling sites in 2004 made the rounds on social media Thursday in the wake of the candidate’s refusal to say that he will accept the results of Election Day.


The video, from an episode of NBC’s “Access Hollywood,” shows Trump trying to vote while being followed by recently ousted “Today” host Billy Bush.

The business mogul gets turned away by two different polling sites because his name isn’t on their voter rolls, apparently a mix up over his son, Donald Trump Jr., changing his address.

After being told by the first polling site to go to a different location, a visibly angry Trump responds, “OK, I like that location better. It’s a richer location.”

At the second, Trump tells the people behind the table: "Make sure there's no cheating here."

Trump stirred widespread outrage during the final presidential debate on Wednesday, when he refused to say whether he would accept the outcome of election on Nov. 8, citing his concern that the race is being rigged against him through widespread voter fraud.

"I'll keep you in suspense, OK?" Trump told the moderator.