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The Independent: Demolition of the former Trump Plaza Casino in New Jersey to develop it ... Video

The former Trump Plaza casino in Atlantic City was demolished today, Wednesday, after the complex fell into years of neglect, the British newspaper The Independent said.

A new building will be constructed to replace the 32-storey building, which previously housed the Trump Plaza Hotel and Casino on the famous Atlantic City boardwalk, and previously hosted many famous faces.

The building was demolished by placing explosives at strategic points along the supporting structures of the building to ensure the building collapsed on its own, with debris falling into a designated area.

Officials orchestrated the former president's casino explosion live, as thousands watched the demise of the casino empire once dominated by Donald Trump in Atlantic City, New Jersey, the newspaper said.

Trump Plaza was the first of three entertainment complexes owned and operated by the former president, after its opening in 1984.

It closed to the public in 2014, and was among the last to close on the Atlantic City boardwalk, which suffered an economic downturn during the first decade of the 21st century.

Trump Plaza was the worst-performing casino in Atlantic City by the time it closed, with its money in eight and a half months equal to what the Borgata Hotel and Casino earned every two weeks.

Trump abandoned the casino after declaring bankruptcy - though his name still adorned the building until it closed - when billionaire Carl C. Icahn bought it in 2016.

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