On the auction block: imploding Trump's casino

New York (AFP) – Atlantic City will auction off the right to press the button to implode a former Trump casino, all in the name of a good cause. The Trump Plaza, closed since 2014, was US President Donald Trump’s first property in the US coastal gambling town in which he came to own several properties. The former casino, which opened in 1984, has undergone little to no maintenance since shuttering, and on several occasions during storms, pieces of its exterior have fallen onto the seaside promenade that runs alongside the building. Since 2016, the two-building complex has belonged to billionai…

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