Former President Donald Trump's casino in Atlantic City, NJ, was demolished today and it went down in seconds.

WATCH the casino go down faster than Democrat's second failed impeachment:

The official report from NBC News:

A hotel and casino in Atlantic City, New Jersey, that was once owned by former President Donald Trump was demolished Wednesday morning.

The former Trump Plaza Hotel and Casino has been closed since 2014. The building, once a staple on the boardwalk, had deteriorated so much in recent years that chunks of it had started to peel off.

By 9:08 a.m., it had been destroyed, leaving behind a large pile of rubble and smoke.

Bernie Dillon, the former events manager for the casino, said the hotel used to be a hot spot for celebrities.

“The way we put Trump Plaza and the city of Atlantic City on the map for the whole world was really incredible. Everyone from Hulk Hogan to Mick Jagger and Keith Richards, it was the whole gamut of personalities," he said. "One night before a Tyson fight, I stopped dead in my tracks and looked about four rows in as the place was filling up, and there were two guys leaning in close and having a private conversation: Jack Nicholson and Warren Beatty."

The casino is down and out, it was rumored the dust and rubble pulled a Stacey Abrams and would not concede. Yes, it's there in pieces, completely lost, had not a single chance against the dynamite, but it still allegedly did not give in.

And like a true conservative, it will not forgive $50,000 in student gambling debt. You're gonna have to pay for it.

On a personal note, I have probably stayed in that hotel completely intoxicated and had a woman with three fingers sneak into our room and give a sob story about her boyfriend. I did not care about her boyfriend, I just wanted to see what else she was into.

Turns out she wasn't having it, so she left and asked for money. I think she was a.... you know...worker of some sort.

She got nothing from me!

It was either there or the Tropicana that this happened.

I really don't remember, but it was really funny.

Don't judge me. You would've done the same thing, and now that I'm divorced, that story can come out.