On a cold and crisp Wednesday morning in Atlantic City, the tower of the former Trump Plaza casino and hotel imploded into chunks of rubble. Romney says he's 'pretty sure' Trump will win nomination if he runs. The story tower and symbolic monument to former President Donald Trump's influence in the city folded like a deck of cards shortly after 9 a. City officials said while the implosion was successful, a small safety issued delayed things momentarily. Officials have now turned their attention to clean up at the site, as well as plans for the future of the piece of prime real estate. City officials said they hope the majority of the rubble, which currently stands about eight stories, will be gone by June; it is a critical deadline as tourists begin to visit.
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Help for motorists, hospitality firms and the housing market is expected to be among a string of eye-catching policies. The Chancellor is set to shelve plans for tax rises, including a threatened 5p increase in fuel duty that would have hit millions of drivers. He is also poised to announce further VAT and business rate cuts for the hospitality and tourist industries, continue the stamp duty holiday and extend the jobs furlough scheme. The Mail can reveal Treasury officials are examining even more dramatic plans for a major stimulus to the economy later this year. This could include vouchers for high street shoppers and lower alcohol duty for restaurants and pubs battered by coronavirus restrictions until early summer.