Trump Spelled 'America' Wrong On His Hotel Menu And The Irony Is Too Much


The Trump International Hotel Washington D.C. spelled "America" wrong on their debate-themed menus on Monday night.

Yup, that's right.

The hotel named from Republican nominee Donald Trump spelled the name of the country wrong — on the very same night the nominee was making his case to tens of millions of viewers around the world.

The lobby bar of the hotel had specially themed menus available on Monday night for the debate, the Daily Beast reported. The menu included items such as "Trump sliders" and "Hillary hummus," both for $29.

The menu also included the "Benjamin beer silver bucket."

Included in that beer bucket was "unlimited Amerrica beer." AMERRICA.


The unlimited beer bucket of Amerrica beer cost $100 per person and lasted for three hours. I mean, I live in New York City, and I still can't recall ever spending close to $100 on just beer for just myself over the course of 3 hours. But do you, Trump International!

The Trump hotel here was the very same that just opened a few weeks ago.

When it opened, Donald called a press conference, allegedly to speak about the racist "birther" movement, which he instead spent publicizing his new hotel.

Trump even managed to find a way to promote his new DC hotel during the debate itself, which was on Monday night at Hofstra University.

When talking about how he would help promote the economy, Trump said,

The Trump International is way under budget and way ahead of schedule. And we should be able to do that for our country.

To which, moderator Lester Holt responded,

Well, we're well behind schedule, so I want to move to our next segment.

After Trump gave his "speech" about birtherism, the hotel he touted promptly fell apart:

So, yeah, so far the Trump International Washington, DC, seems to be doing pretty great. I'm sure Donald is very proud and believes it is a large part of how to Make Amerrica Great Again.

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Citations: Daily Beast, New York Times