Some Americans are wondering if Donald Trump Jr is aware of exactly who votes in a Presidential election after a bizarre world map he shared online appeared to show he didn’t understand civics or geography.

The eldest son of President Donald Trump, who is fighting Joe Biden to retain his office, took to his Twitter account on Election Day to share a world map which he called his “electoral map prediction”-- and which featured different areas of the world overwhelmingly colored in red (the color associated with Republicans), with smaller spots colored in blue (the Democratic color), including just New York and California in the United States, Mexico and India.

However, the map led to some questioning if he understood how the election really worked—like who could actually vote, since the rest of the world didn’t have a say in American elections, and even if they did, they didn’t think their countries would support a second Trump presidency.

Others focused specifically on the fact that he colored in Antarctica—which isn’t a country—and also doesn’t have people inhabiting the climate there, with jokes that he was expecting high turnout from penguins and polar bears for his father’s reelection.

It was also noted that while Trump Jr wasn’t far off to assume people did live in Antarctica, they also pointed out that the people there are scientists, many of whom are studying climate change—and they didn’t seem like likely supporters of the President either.

Since tweeting the map, Trump has not responded to critics and has instead continued to Tweet support for his father and encouraged supporters to stay in line and get their votes counted at their polling places.

This isn’t the first tweet he made in recent days which courted some controversy. He also received backlash after he ignored criticism for saying COVID-19 Deaths weren’t as bad as they were being made out to be, choosing to say his father would have a historic victory.

Donald Trump Jr delivered a keynote address at the opening night of the 2020 Republican National Convention Donald Trump Jr delivered a keynote address at the opening night of the 2020 Republican National Convention Photo: AFP / Olivier DOULIERY