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Drink Presidential-Inspired Cocktails in Las Vegas

Crush and Chandelier Bar have politically charged drinks

The Donald
The Donald at Crush
Crush

The third and final presidential debate takes place on Wednesday at UNLV, and what better way to celebrate contenders Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton than with cocktails named for them?

At Crush at the MGM Grand, sup on Donald and Hillary cocktails. The caveat here is that the winner is declared based on whichever cocktail sells more. The winner is announced on Nov. 9, the day after the election, through social media.

The cocktails debut during the debate, which will be shown on high-definition TVs in the "walled off" private dining room.

The Donald cocktail is made with Grey Goose L’Orange, Aperol Italian Aperitif, Fruition cranberry syrup, orange juice and club soda.

The Hillary at Crush Crush

The Hillary at Crush.

The Hillary cocktail is made with Belvedere Citrus, St. Germain, Senior Blue Curacao, lemon-lime soda and club soda.

Both are priced at $14.

Over at the Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas, chef mixologist Mariena Mercer created a special cocktail menu inspired by the Democratic and Republican presidential candidates that also debuts on Wednesday. Both are available through Election Day at the Chandelier Bar.

Ivanka Nother Drink at Chandelier Bar Anthony Mair

Ivanka Nother Drink at Chandelier Bar.

The Ivanka Nother Drink features tequila, ancho chili Liqueur, blood orange juice and tamarind ginger.

From FLOTUS to POTUS Anthony Mair

From FLOTUS to POTUS at Chandelier Bar.

From FLOTUS to POTUS is a spin on El Presidente featuring a rich white rum, vermouth, amaro Montenegro and strawberry rhubarb rose syrup.

Both cost $16.

Crush

3799 South Las Vegas Boulevard, , NV 89109 (702) 891-3222 Visit Website

The Chandelier

3708 Las Vegas Blvd. S., Las Vegas, NV 89109 702-698-7000 Visit Website

Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas

3708 Las Vegas Blvd S, Las Vegas, NV 89109 (702) 698-7000 Visit Website

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