Atlantic City’s Trump Taj Mahal Casino officially closed its doors October 10, leaving the seaside resort with only seven remaining casinos, none with the Trump brand, although the presidential candidate has not controlled them for more than a decade.

The closing costs the city another 3,000 jobs after four other casinos closed in 2014.

Carl Icahn, owner of the Taj Mahal, blamed the closing on years of losses and ongoing labor strife, which has seen employees at the casino on strike since July.

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