The Trump Plaza Hotel and Casino Demolition bid now exceeds $ 175,000, with interest slowly rising despite the holiday season.
A tender is underway for the demolition of the Trump Plaza hotel and casino
Interest blowing up now defunct Trump Plaza Hotel and Casino, like Atlantic City based on the former and successful outbound venture 45th the president of the United States, Donald Trump, has reached new heights, with the city auction administration right to press the "goodbye" button on the property and implode it.
Interest in destroying what has long been an abomination in the city gained momentum, and the GoFundMe campaign announced earlier in December even began to raise funds to enable Stormy Daniels, the adult actress with whom President Trump allegedly had sexual contact, blow up the building.
Offers have more than doubled since Christmas Eve when they were just USD 62,500, and avid participants were able to raise that figure to $ 175,000 from Wednesdays December 30. This will not be the last figure we see regarding the privilege of disposing of a building.
Brilliant idea the mayor of Atlantic City, Marty the Little Senior, proved to be quite successful in finding a useful way to raise funds for the city's beleaguered economy, and with casinos suspended earlier this year and returning to a much limited extent from mid-2020.
Hillary or Daniels, who's better?
The bidding will run until January 19, giving President Trump's nemesis a chance to win an auction, or just people who like to blow up. The original date of demolition was set at January 29but it was postponed to February citing security concerns.
Another campaign also advanced Hillary Clinton, 2016 runner-up as the best candidate to press the button, but none of the campaigns seemed to be gaining momentum as the ideas at first glance suggested. In fact, Hillary just puts down 100 dollars, and Daniels - $ 1,935. None has changed in the last 24 hours.
Trump Plaza is one of the symbols of President Trump's lack of entrepreneurship when the building closed as a place of business in 2014. Trump Entertainment Resorts were purchased by investor Carl Icahn in 2016.
Most of the property was destroyed and a storm earlier this year forced the building's facade to accidentally take off, prompting authorities to say a fiery goodbye.