What goes up must come down … eventually.
Former President Trump’s defunct Trump Plaza hotel and casino in Atlantic City, New Jersey, was demolished on Wednesday.
Trump hasn’t been associated with the hotel since 2009, according to the New York Times. The hotel had been closed for several years before its ultimate demise.
Spectators lined up in the cold to watch the building come tumbling down. The cost to watch the show? A whopping $10, according to the Times.
Watch below — for free:
WATCH: Trump Plaza casino in Atlantic City is imploded pic.twitter.com/O8xAoKiYB2
— philip lewis (@Phil_Lewis_) February 17, 2021
that was not only satisfying but beautifully ironic #TrumpPlaza pic.twitter.com/pBwbG12CJ3
— matt (@MDockey17) February 17, 2021
And just like that, Trump Plaza falls to the dust. pic.twitter.com/8KYkJhs7h7
— Jesse Bunch (@JesseBunch_) February 17, 2021
Trump Plaza Hotel and Casino imploded in Atlantic City, NJ.
Former President Trump cut ties with the casino in 2009 after a series of bankruptcy filings.https://t.co/YJ9VOxeVz7 pic.twitter.com/kjosKtoAzg
— MSNBC (@MSNBC) February 17, 2021