Vermont deli near Trump venue didn't sell bologna special
Jan. 09, 2016
BURLINGTON, Vt. (AP) — Workers at a Vermont deli near where Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump appeared say they didn't sell any of the bologna sandwich specials named for him.
The sandwich was on sale for $20.16 at the Kountry Kart Deli, next door to the Flynn Center for the Performing Arts. Trump appeared there Thursday.
The Trump sandwich is bologna on white bread with American cheese, lettuce, tomato, deli mustard and bacon slices, abbreviated B.S.
There also were deli counter tip jars with the faces of Trump and Burlington's own U.S. Sen. Bernie Sanders, a Democratic presidential candidate.
Kountry Kart owner Mike Williams tells Boston.com the Trump jar received $6.70 by the end of Thursday while the Sanders jar had $120.
Most of the deli's other sandwiches sell for about $7 to $10.