The highest bidder may blow up Trump’s casino

Atlantic City is the second largest gambling city in the United States after Las Vegas. It is also called Trump City because Donald Trump has several casinos there. But his very first casino, Trump Plaza, is dilapidated and must be demolished.

In order for the demolition not to go unnoticed, the push button to explode the building is being auctioned off. The highest bidder gets to press the button at the moment supriem that will trigger the explosion.

Trump Plaza first casino by Trump in Atlantic City

Atlantic City is located in the state of New Jersey, which like the state of Nevada, where Las Vegas is located, is open to gambling. In 1984 Donald Trump opened his first casino there, called Trump Plaza. It would not stop at 1 casino. I total of the former president had four casinos in Atlantic City.

January 29, 2021 the building will be demolished.

A date has been set for the implosion of Trump Plaza on the Boardwalk in Atlantic City, New Jersey, formerly owned by the wooing U.S. president. The casino has been closed since 2014. Billionaire Carl Icahn took control of the property in 2016 and said he would eventually demolish the building. Officials have considered the building a public safety hazard since March of this year. With the tower demolished, there will be no more Trump-branded properties in Atlantic City.

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Date somewhat playful

Jan. 29, 2021, the date of the demolition of Trump Plaza can be called somewhat playful. It is the day immediately following the inauguration of the man who defeated Trump in the race for the presidency for the next 4 years, Joe Biden. Senator Claire McCaskill said at the announcement of Trump Plaza’s fate:

“There is something poetic about the Trump Plaza in Atlantic City being on the verge of imploding one day after President Biden took office.”

In the year 2014, when the casino had to close Donald Trump filed a lawsuit to have his name removed from the facade. He felt that the empty look could be a detriment to his image.