The Trump Plaza Hotel and Casino ceases it’s operation on Tuesday morning, following a quiet day of sparse action on Monday. This was the third casino in Atlantic City to shut down in less than three weeks and the fourth this year. Trump Entertainment Resorts, it’s parent company, filed bankruptcy for the Trump Taj Mahal last week, which could be closing in November. Trump Plaza’s revenue has declined steadily, with a 32 percent drop in casino winning for June, compared to the same month in 2013. The casino opened in 1984 as a partnership between Harrah’s Atlantic Atlantic City and Donald Trump.