‘America’ Misspelled on DC Trump Hotel Menu

Making ‘Amerrica’ great again

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A debate-themed menu sold Trump sliders and Hillary hummus, both priced at $29. 

At the debate Monday night, presidential candidate Donald Trump bragged about the hotel he just opened in Washington, D.C.

“We’re opening the Old Post Office,” Trump said. “Under budget, ahead of schedule, saved tremendous money. I’m a year ahead of schedule, and that’s what this country should be doing.”

In the push to open the hotel ahead of schedule, it seems that a few details were overlooked. Namely, misspelling the name of the great country Trump hopes to be president of.

Benjamin Bar & Lounge, the lobby bar of the Trump International Hotel Washington, D.C., had a typo on its debate-themed menus, spelling “America” with two “r”s: Amerrica.

Former Breitbart spokesperson Kurt Bardella caught the mistake and posted it on Facebook, Daily Beast detailed.

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Also on the menu were Trump sliders and Hillary hummus, both priced at $29.