On the boardwalk in Atlantic City, the holiday weekend began Friday
morning with the chanting of disgruntled employees of the Trump Taj
Mahal who walked off their jobs at 6 a.m.
Mr. Trump sued Trump Entertainment Resorts in 2014, demanding that his
name be removed from the Taj and another Atlantic City casino, Trump
Plaza. He later reached an agreement with Mr. Icahn to keep the Trump
name on the Taj.
Mr. Icahn, whom Mr. Trump has suggested as a possible Treasury
Department secretary in a Trump administration, also controls the
Tropicana casino, which was the last of the casinos to come to terms
with the union on Thursday.
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