Trump boasts that he made lots of money in Atlantic City.
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For years in this seaside gambling resort, Donald Trump's name and face seemed to be everywhere – in neon letters across the facades of three casinos, on billboards, and in ads on the side of shuttle buses.Early Monday, the last vestige of Donald J. Trump will vanish from Atlantic City when the new owner of the Trump Taj Mahal casino shuts it down.Trump's business record in Atlantic City was mixed.Carl Icahn, the billionaire investor and Trump friend who owns the casino, and Atlantic City's main casino workers' union were unable to reach a deal to restore union workers' health insurance and pension benefits that were terminated in its most recent bankruptcy.Trump boasts that he made lots of money in Atlantic City.That happened to other companies' casinos, too, but overall gambling revenue in Atlantic City rose during the years Trump's casinos went through bankruptcy in the early 1990s and in 2004, beginning its slump only in 2007 .
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