A former world champion boxer regrets not punching US president Donald Trump when he had the chance in the 1990s. American fighter James Toney fought three times at the Trump Taj Mahal in Atlantic City and had a run-in with Trump when...Show More Summary
ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. (AP) — Donald Trump's name was stripped from the facade weeks after he became president. Now his Indian-inspired architectural flourishes are coming down, too, from one of the Atlantic City casinos he used to own. Work crews are dismantling the domes, minarets and other exterior decorations from the former Trump Taj Mahal casino. Show More Summary
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Before Ken Moelis was running one of Wall Street's top boutique investment banking firms, Moelis and Company, he served as a banker to Donald Trump. In the early 1990s, when the newly opened Trump Taj Mahal was floundering and in need...Show More Summary
Thursday was a big day for those looking to win big at Trump’s former Taj Mahal Hotel & Casino in Atlantic City. The table games and slots are gone, but these visitors were looking for something different…deals. The hotel and casino...Show More Summary
Popular items at the sale include room furnishings, king and queen size beds, coffee tables, end tables, sofa sets, tables and chairs, chandeliers, lamps, daybeds, artworks, mirrors, TV sets, and much more.
The Atlantic City casino is having a liquidation sale.
``Cheryl Alberts spent many nights sitting on a bar stool at the Trump Taj Mahal after she finished her shifts as a cocktail waitress at another Atlantic City resort. On Thursday, she was hoping to take one of those bar stools home with her -- a memento to help remember the casino in its heyday. Show More Summary
Liquidation sale set for Trump’s former Taj Mahal casino
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President Donald Trump's failed Atlantic City casino, the Trump Taj Mahal, is having a liquidation sale starting Thursday. The casino, which opened in 1990, was once dubbed the "eighth wonder of the world" by Trump. But by 1991 the casino had declared bankruptcy, as Trump had financed it with $900 million in junk bonds. Show More Summary
Poolside and restaurant gambling, skill-based slots, fantasy sports betting and hidden VIP gambling rooms are among Hard Rock International's initial plans for their remake of the former Trump Taj Mahal … Click to Continue »
Premise Ah, Atlantic City, how far you have fallen. Due to a confluence of factors, including the rapid expansion of legalized gaming in the East Coast & Midwest, Atlantic City has struggled to attract business and tourism dollars. Last October, the Trump Taj Mahal closed due to owner Carl Icahn’s inability to settle with workers […]
Thursday the FBI raided the Annapolis offices of a Republican fundraising consultancy run by Kelley Rogers that has ties to the Trump Taj Mahal through Penn National Gaming. However, the Senate Intelligence Committee has been looking into possible money laundering penalties issued on the Taj in...
They say that in the casino business the house always win. Not so for the house Donald Trump built. According to documents made public on Tuesday, the Trump Taj Mahal in Atlantic City sold for 4 cents on the dollar, changing hands from billionaire investor Carl Icahn to Florida's Seminole Indians. They paid $50 million for it. Show More Summary
The Associated Press reports: Donald Trump wrote “The Art Of The Deal,” but it was Florida’s Seminole Indians who made a truly amazing deal to buy the opulent casino built by the man who is now president. The Trump Taj Mahal, the Atlantic...Show More Summary
Donald Trump wrote “The Art Of The Deal,” but it was Florida's Seminole Indians who made a truly amazing deal to buy the opulent casino built by the man who is now president of the United States. The Trump Taj Mahal, the Atlantic City, N.J., casino that the real estate mogul built for $1.2 billion...
ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. (AP) — Billionaire investor Carl Icahn reached a deal Wednesday to sell the shuttered Trump Taj Mahal casino in Atlantic City to Hard Rock International and two New Jersey investors.
Carl Icahn reached a deal to sell the shuttered casino four months after he closed it amid a crippling strike