- Former US President Donald Trump will never forget Wednesday, February 17
- This is the day his plaza which houses an old hotel and casino was demolished in New Jersey
- The building which was opened back in 1984 was once a very important part of Trump's real estate portfolio
These are not the best of times for immediate former American president, Donald Trump as a former aspect of his massive real estate portfolio was demolished recently.
On Wednesday, February 17, the Trump Plaza Hotel and Casino located in Atlantic City, New Jersey was imploded after being unused since 2014, CNN reported.
The plaza which was opened in 1984 used to be the spot where countless parties were hosted for Hollywood stars and sportspeople before it finally closed its doors in 2014.
Even though the property is still called by Trump's name, the immediate past US president was said to have cut ties with the property since 2009.
According to city officials, the building had to be demolished after it fell into disrepair following its closure.
Another report by New York Times noted that not less than 3,000 pieces of dynamite were used to implode the 34-story building which only took a few seconds. Onlookers gathered around the shore to watch the implosion.
This development comes a few days after the United States (US) legislature on Saturday, February 13, acquitted Trump of the numerous charges related to the Capitol Hill invasion.
The votes which ended up as 57-43 were cast by both Republicans and Democrats at the House.
Although at least seven Republican lawmakers joined 50 of their Democrat rivals to vote against Trump, the support fell short of the 67 votes required to convict him.
Trump is Republican Party’s only hope
Meanwhile, Legit.ng reported that Senator Lindsey Graham claimed the former US president is the future of the Republican party.
Graham disclosed this on Fox News while discussing the impeachment trial and subsequent acquitter in the Senate.
According to him, Senator Mitch McConnell should accept Trumpism as the face of the part.
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