The Trump Taj Mahal hotel and casino, which Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump once owned, officially closed Monday morning.
The property in Atlantic City, New Jersey, which no longer belongs to Trump but still bears his name, shut its doors at 5:59 a.m. local time, according to a note on its website. The hotel lost a battle with union workers, whose health care and pension benefits had been taken away from them in bankruptcy court.
The Trump Taj Mahal will be closing its doors after the owners announced that a prolonged employee strike led to a decision to close the Atlantic City casino after Labor Day. The closure was revealed on Wednesday, with ownership sta...
The Trump Taj Mahal casino will shut down after Labor Day, the victim of the longest strike in Atlantic City's 38-year casino era. The closure of the casino opened by Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump but now owned by his...
Taj Mahal becomes the fifth Atlantic City casino to go out of business since 2014, when four others shut their doors
The Trump Taj Mahal, an iconic casino hotel on the Atlantic City boardwalk, ceased operations Monday after hemorrhaging losses for years.