Trump name removed from former Trump Taj Mahal casino signs

Signs featuring the name "Trump" were removed from the outside of the former Trump Taj Mahal casino Wednesday.



It was part of a settlement between President Donald Trump and billionaire Carl Icahn that required the name to be removed by March if the property was not renovated.



The casino closed its doors in October of last year. 



Icahn cited a union strike as the reason to close the casino. He is now looking to sell the 4.2-million-square-foot facility.



Trump has not owned the casino in years, but allowed his name to stay.


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