Iconic domes, spires removed from ex-Trump Taj Mahal casino
ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. (AP) — His name was stripped from the facade weeks after he became president.
Now Donald Trump’s 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.
It is being converted into a new Hard Rock casino resort due to open next summer.
Most recently owned by billionaire Carl Icahn, the casino shut down in 2016 and was sold to Hard Rock.
Painter James Smith Sr. recalls riding an elevator with Trump and then-wife Ivana as the casino was being built. Smith says he’s glad for the new investment in the building, adding it really needs a new paint job.
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