The city in New Jersey wants to demolish The Trump Plaza casino and is asking for people to pay for the opportunity to push the button.
The shutdown casino in Atlantic City is scheduled to be dynamited on January 29, with the opportunity to be involved in this up for auction.
The Trump Plaza Casino, his last namesake Atlantic City property, is set for implosion January 29, just days after President-elect Biden's presumptive Inauguration Day.
Medics had battled to save the man, who is believed to have been 30 years old, following the fall at the New Jersey hotel.
Curfews have been issued in numerous cities across the U.S. including New York City, Atlantic City, Seattle, Birmingham, Denver and Miami.
Australian authorities rejected Trump's bid as "dangerous."
The most famous man ever to be elected president leveraged business success into fame.
Analysis of Trump's Atlantic City casinos shows his poor performance when it comes to his workforce.
The city has been devastated by the quick collapse of its one-time monopoly on East Coast casino gambling.
The plan is intended to save the distressed gambling hub.
The mogul made his name in Atlantic City but left ruins behind.