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Trump Taj Mahal Closes, Laying Off 3,000 Workers

So much for job creation Nearly 3,000 workers have been laid off due to the Monday closure of the Trump Taj Mahal, a sprawling Atlantic City resort and casino that Donald Trump once called “the eighth wonder of the world.” Many of those affected worked in the Taj’s restaurants, almost all of which are now closed. The casino opened to much fanfare in 1990, but ultimately fell into bankruptcy under the ownership of the Republican presidential nominee.
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