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Trump's DC Hotel Misspells 'America' on Dinner Menu

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The Pennsylvania Avenue entrance of the Trump International Hotel in Washington on September 12, 2016 in Washington, DC. (Sipa via AP Images)

By    |   Wednesday, 28 Sep 2016 02:25 PM

Donald Trump may have to change his campaign slogan to "Make America Grammatically Correct Again" following an embarrassing spelling gaffe at one of his hotels.

The error occurred at the Trump International Hotel in Washington D.C., where dinner menus for Trump's "Benjamin Bar & Grill" misspelled the word "America," according to the Daily Beast.

Under an all-you-can-drink promotion, the menu offers a "Benjamin beer silver bucket" of "unlimited Amerrica beer" for $100.

Ironically, the typo was noticed and posted to Facebook by Kurt Bardella, a former spokesman for the conservative Breitbart News, whose ex-chairman Steve Bannon is now CEO of the Trump campaign.

Bardella quit Breitbart after declaring Trump made him "embarrassed to say that I'm a Republican."

The menu, created especially for diners watching Monday's presidential debate, also featured "Trump sliders" for $29 and "Hillary Hummus" for $29.

Trump actually plugged the hotel, where rooms start at $396 a night, during the debate — mentioning that it is located "on Pennsylvania Avenue, right next to the White House."

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