The burger features three beef patties, American orange cheese and a 'toupee' of crispy onions, accompanied by a wall of Mexican nachos and 'Big Apple' slaw.
It costs £14 and will be available from the group’s sites in Shoreditch, Camden and Brixton until the election on 8 November, when the group will host a special election night party at the Shoreditch Blues Kitchen.
Blues Kitchen isn't the first operator to poke fun at 'the Donald'. Earlier this year, Dublin pub the Adelphi decorated its men's room urinal with a large portrait of the loud-mouthed Republican nominee.
Adelphi owner Tony McCabe told Mashable at the time: "In our opinion, Mr Trump has preached much hate in his statements."
He added: "Irish bars are well known for their debates and chatter, and politics plays a big part in those conversations. We felt that the only place Mr Trump's opinion mattered was on the wall of a urinal."
However, McCabe said staff would remove the portrait if Trump won the election.