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- 1 California - Coachella Valley - Trump 29 Casino
- 2 Connecticut - Bridgeport
- 3 Illinois - Chicago
- 4 Indiana - Gary - Buffington Harbor
- 5 Indiana - French Lick
- 6 Louisiana
- 7 Michigan
- 8 Mississippi
- 9 New Jersey - Atlantic City
- 10 Nevada - Las Vegas
- 11 New York - New York City
- 12 Pennsylvania - Philadelphia
- 13 Canada - Ontario - Niagara Falls
- 14 Florida - Pro-Casino Lobbying
- 15 New York - Anti-Casino Lobbying
- 16 United States
- 17 Casino Companies
California - Coachella Valley - Trump 29 Casino
Connecticut - Bridgeport
Illinois - Chicago
Trump may have pushed to open a casino on the Chicago River.
Indiana - Gary - Buffington Harbor
Indiana - French Lick
Trump withdrew from a contract to open a casino in French Lick.
Trump sued state officials after they denied him a permit to open a riverboat casino.
New Jersey - Atlantic City
Trump Taj Mahal
Resorts Buyout Saga
Nevada - Las Vegas
New York - New York City
Trump explored the possibility of opening up a casino in New York City.
Pennsylvania - Philadelphia
Trump explored opening a casino in Philadelphia during a flirtation with legalization.
Canada - Ontario - Niagara Falls
Trump once submitted a bid to operate a casino on the Canadian side of Niagara Falls.
Florida - Pro-Casino Lobbying
New York - Anti-Casino Lobbying
Trump engaged in a major state lobbying push to prevent the legalization of gambling. Legalized gambling in New York would have threatened his New Jersey casinos.
Trump sued the federal government to prevent expanded tribal gaming. Trump was acting to protect his casinos in Atlantic City from competition.