The Trump Taj Mahal in Atlantic City has turned off the lights, as the iconic casino went through with plans to close after unsuccessful labor negotiations.
NJ Online Gambling News
The New Jersey online gambling market got some interesting news on two different fronts, including the addition of a new offering from a Pennsylvania casino.
The report from the New York Times regarding Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump’s 1995 tax returns — in which he claimed a loss of $916 million — helped illustrate how poorly the billionaire likely did in the Atlantic City casino business.
The latest poll about a November referendum that could authorize casinos in northern New Jersey makes it appear the effort is on life support for 2016.
The Trump Taj Mahal in Atlantic City could have just over a week left in its existence.
Supporters for a November referendum on North Jersey casinos are pulling their bets instead of doubling down after a poor poll came out this week.