Trump asked him. I tell him, and he says, 'How do we stop this meeting? A toilet maker in Atlantic City It was 1988 when Forest Jenkins won a $200,000 contract to install toilet partitions at Trump's Taj Mahal in Atlantic City. It took years to get the rest, assuming the companies survived long enough to collect. "My plan was simple: I would call a meeting at Resorts International. A quarter of a century had passed since Donald Trump refused to pay $1.2 million for the paving stones her late husband installed at Atlantic City's Taj Mahal … Trump also threw in a “right of first refusal,” meaning the contractors would get future work at the Taj if they matched the best bid from others. But the contractors weren’t so sure anymore. “I don’t know, Herman, I need the money,” Caucci recalls Millar responding before the March 1990 meeting. AP researcher Randy Herschaft contributed to this report. Steven P. Perskie, New Jersey’s top casino regulator in the early 1990s, said about Trump, “He put a number of local contractors and suppliers out of business when he didn’t pay them.” Didn’t pay construction bill: When Trump declared the Taj Mahal hotel as bankrupt, it nearly caused the collapse of Trias Building Specialties. “Anyone who can afford home health care doesn’t need our money. McGahn, Trump’s tough-guy lawyer who fended off contractors who felt shortchanged, ended up feeling shortchanged, too. Trump, who once bragged that he was the “King of Debt,” owed $70 million to 253 contractors who worked on the Taj and who, in turn, hired thousands of workers. Trump had a reputation as a relentless haggler with contractors, always suspecting that they were cheating him. Other contractors tried more subtle means to get their money. 1991: Trump Taj Mahal. Next Negotiations for payment, such as they were, dragged on for months. ", I have reported on entrepreneurs, and the politics and policies that affect them, for The New York Times and Inc. magazine, among others, for more than a decade. However, it eventually closed in 2016. One of the hardest hit was John Millar, a marble supplier who was owed $3.9 million. Rosenberg, according to the A.P., held $1.1 million of that debt. Rosenberg, who's now 73, left the family business a short time later for reasons that he declined to explain, except to say that it had nothing to do with the problems with Trump. Millar is deceased. Yes, We Have No Choice, Gender Bias: Trademark Act Never Contemplated A Woman Or Gay Male President, Cannabis Challenges Differ In Each State Where It’s Newly-Legal, 5 Unexpected Places To Find Your Next Great Business Idea. A few days later, its lawyers ratcheted up the pressure; they threatened to remove the domes from the Taj and cart them away. He said, 'What's this I hear about a meeting?' Then he started spending lavishly. That was the only time Rosenberg ever met Donald Trump. We could lose everything.”. The contractor who supplied the Carrara marble from Italy ended up filing for personal bankruptcy. One contractor ate $2 million in losses, another filed for bankruptcy, and one guy even had to fire his brother. The initial construction of the … He laughed. The casino opened, not quite finished, in April. Five hundred miles away, in Ashtabula, Ohio, Robert Morrison of the Molded Fiber Glass Co. was pressing his workers to finish the domes and minarets and other faux Moorish ornaments in time for the April opening — and worrying about who was going to pay for all of it. The casino was opened in April 1990, and was built at a total cost of $1.1 billion, which at the time made it the most expensive casino ever built. Trump financed the Taj with high-interest “junk” bonds — a method even he disdained. I've also written about technology and public policy – particularly about renewable energy – for Discover and IEEE Spectrum and obscure cheese for Gourmet. "There are parts of both parties that I agree with, and parts that I disagree with." Between 1990 and 1996, Mr. Trump persuaded creditors to revamp his original restructuring agreement again and again. My relationship with Trump began in 1989, when he asked me to supply several grand and upright pianos to his then-new Taj Mahal … Bernard Condon can be reached at http://twitter.com/BernardFCondon His work can be found at: http://www.bigstory.ap.org/content/bernard-condon, The AP National Investigative Team can be reached at investigate@ap.org, FILE - In this April 5, 1990 file photo, Donald Trump stands next to a genie's lamp as the lights of his Trump Taj Mahal Casino Resort light up during ceremonies to mark its opening in Atlantic City, N.J. “He would shake your hand and look you in the eye,” says his son, Philip Paone. ‘Booking.com’ Is A Trademark – Does This Matter To Your Business? The lawsuit was settled two months later for an undisclosed amount. Soon after the opening, Trump owed $70 million to 253 contractors employing thousands who built the domes and minarets, put up the glass and drywall, … Morrison of Molded Fiber Glass was getting desperate for his money and so he turned to Irwin Tobman, a field supervisor in Atlantic City overseeing the installation of the domes and minarets. By 2016, the casino had closed completely bankrupt. The Trump Taj Mahal – often called Trump's most ambitious project – was ridden with problems from the beginning. ", "Are you going to do a good job?" Many contractors didn’t know what to think. A quarter of a century had passed since Donald Trump refused to pay $1.2 million for the paving stones her late husband installed at Atlantic City’s Taj Mahal casino. “I don’t know what’s going to happen to us. I have reported on entrepreneurs, and the politics and policies that affect them, for The New York Times and Inc. magazine, among others, for more than a decade. As Lundy tells it, Trump’s lawyer made quick work of the ruse. “It was hard for him.”. That company, eventually called Trump Entertainment Resorts, went on to lose hundreds of millions over a dozen years, collapsing into bankruptcy twice. Lundy, the contractor with the sick grandfather, also took Trump up on his offer of working for him in Atlantic City again. ". McGahn, a powerful figure in South Jersey circles, died in 2000. Caucci, who himself was owed more than $500,000, says Millar agreed to take 10 cents on the dollar, but court documents suggest he got about 30 cents on the dollar over the next year. As he was walking into a meeting with contractors to share strategies about how to deal with Trump, landscaper Herman Caucci asked him what he planned to do: Stick it out in hopes of getting all he was owed, or take cash at a discount? Marty Rosenberg, former vice president of Atlantic Plate Glass, was among two dozen contractors and their survivors caught in the aftermath of the Taj bankruptcy who were interviewed by The Associated Press. Others caught up in the Taj turmoil didn’t fare as well. I respect her service. By then, he had been paid somewhere between $11 and $12 million. When I'm not thinking about small business, I'm dreaming about trains, and hunting down old railroad artifacts. Still, like some others among the contractors contacted by the AP, Lundy doesn’t believe Trump acted badly given the hardball, sometimes unscrupulous nature of industry. "His game was, 'If you're don't take the number I'm offering you, I'll file for bankruptcy,' " Rosenberg recalled. Trump opened the $1.2 billion Taj Mahal Casino Resort in Atlantic City in … In this April 5, 1990 file photo, Donald Trump raises his fist during ceremonies for the opening the Trump Taj Mahal Casino Resort in Atlantic City, N.J. The bonds would eventually pay in full, but the holders had to wait at least several years. And when it went south, his moves to avoid a financial hit to his empire hobbled many small businesses with little cushion to absorb the blow. W hen Donald Trump opened the towering Trump Taj Mahal Casino in ... of job losses and put dozens of local contractors out of ... $500m makeover of Trump’s Taj … The contractor who supplied the Carrara Of all the real estate and casino deals in Trump’s long career, the Taj arguably sheds the most light on how the would-be U.S. president handles crises. Later in 1988, Trump acquired the Taj Mahal Casino in Atlantic City, New Jersey, in a transaction with Merv Griffin and Resorts International. " Recovering what they were owed would take time and a lot of money. The contractor who supplied … I'm a free thinker," he said. "I am not a Republican. The company refused to comment. , Rosenberg called the 20 or 30 suppliers to whom he still owed money for the Taj work. If he had to sell everything quickly, according to accountants Kenneth Leventhal & Co., he’d be worth as little as negative $295 million. Rosenberg told me he's not particularly political. “He’s a crook!” she roared, according to a son who was with her that day. Rosenberg was one of the hundreds of contractors that Donald Trump stopped paying in early 1990 as they raced to complete his Taj Mahal hotel and casino a few blocks away. The contractor who supplied the Carrara marble from Italy ended up filing for personal bankruptcy. For the contractors, the first signs of trouble came in February 1990. ATLANTIC CITY — Contractors for Hard Rock International were busy Wednesday removing the iconic fountain that once greeted guests at the entrance to Trump Taj Mahal Casino Resort. "Absolutely, we always do. He said, ' I can get this job cheaper,' " Rosenberg recalled. McGahn, who had helped lead the campaign to bring gambling to Atlantic City, had called a meeting so contractors could plead their case to him. The Rosenbergs' business survived, Marty Rosenberg told me, because of the pledge it made to its own suppliers. Trump, striking workers explained, had always agreed to … After he sold his stake in the company in the early 2000s he became a real estate agent for a few years. The place was marketed as the eighth wonder of the world, and the world’s biggest casino. "My name is Marty Rosenberg, and I've lived in A.C. my entire life," he began from a podium in front of the now-shuttered Trump Plaza hotel. ", Atlantic Plate and Window Glass was about three-quarters through the job and was owed some money from Resorts International before it would continue work. Tobman says Trump’s cash crunch left Morrison with no money to pay the dozen companies he had hired to help with the Taj work. A quarter of a century had passed since Donald Trump refused to pay $1.2 million for the paving stones her late husband installed at Atlantic City's Taj Mahal … Trump managed to open the Boardwalk casino on April 2, 1990, though not quite as he had planned. Either way, the money wasn’t enough. I said, 'you'll get paid in full,' " he said. Trump asked how much more money it would take to finish the work, and Rosenberg told him, between $1 million and $3 million. The Republican nominee is a callous businessman. "I have no animosity toward Donald Trump," he told me. BOSTON -- Donald Trump is in arrears on more than $50 million in contractors' bills for his Taj Mahal Casino in Atlantic City, the construction manager of the project said Monday. “We took a beating,” former Hastings controller Howard Black says. Thomas Roofing did not respond to phone calls for comment. Strapped for money, some contractors sold them immediately, getting a fraction of what they were worth at maturity. Several months later, unable to tap the banks, he sold $675 million in junk bonds, agreeing to pay investors 14 percent interest annually. ", And his former client? Giving a slide presentation of his work to an architectural firm two days after Trump swept the New York Republican primary in April, he slipped in two photos — one showing one of the elephants, the other showing Trump’s name on the casino marquee in red lights. Its website showcases at least 36 completed projects since 1993, mostly in the mid-Atlantic area, but also a half dozen overseas, in Europe and the Middle East, though few in recent years. History Trump Taj Mahal era: 1990–2016. The personal bankruptcy was a “terrible blow” to him. I would rent a room not a unit, but a large room, and send an invitation to every contractor we knew was on the job." The delays meant that contractors had to keep reaching into their pockets to pay their workers and suppliers. “He always managed to pay his bills,” says Kerr. One of the reasons some contractors heard for the delay in pay: Trump said he needed to complete audits first to make sure they weren’t overcharging. "What we tried to do as a group is get all the small contractors paid, because they would get bankrupted.". "I served for many years as vice president," he continued, "and have a short story to tell you about part of that time.". I live in Brooklyn, New York. The contractor who put in the bathroom partitions had to lay off his brother. The contractor who put in the bathroom partitions had to lay off his brother. (Photo: NJTV News via YouTube), Earlier this month, when Hillary Clinton spoke on the Atlantic City boardwalk, she was introduced by a man who was not there to praise her, but to bury Donald Trump. " He didn't get his check. Said Trump: "O.K., you've got the job.". "I said, 'I want you know that you're not going to get your money right away, but you're going to get every dime. At the opening of Trump’s Taj Mahal in 1990, he owed $70 million to various contractors. Desperate for cash, contractors became easy targets for a new offer from Trump: Agree to less than they billed, and he’d pay the lower amounts immediately. "I would never have taken a junk bond," Rosenberg said. Court records reviewed by the Associated Press show that Trump owed $70 million to 253 contractors. Lawsuits began piling up. That's why we keep getting work in Atlantic City." Next.”. Tobman had been told earlier by a Trump official that the delay in sending the check was due to a “slight glitch.”, “We got to get the job done,” Tobman recalls the Trump guy saying. The Trump Taj Mahal casino and hotel, owned by Trump Entertainment Resorts Inc., stands in Atlantic City, New Jersey, U.S., on Sunday, May 8, 2016. The real estate mogul told state regulators in 1988 that companies that sell junk bonds were nothing but “junk” companies. Rosenberg was one of the hundreds of contractors that Donald Trump stopped paying in early 1990 as they raced to complete his Taj Mahal hotel and casino a … He rarely lost his temper. She then moved to the Taj Mahal in 1990. Trump Taj Mahal Casino Contractors Say They Were Wronged The Trump Taj Mahal Casino and Resort, which opened in 1990, finally closed on Oct. 10, at 5:59 a.m. Far from being overstretched, he told Newsweek, he was looking to expand: “I think the people with a lot of cash —and I have a lot of cash — are going to be able to make beautiful deals in the next few years.”, “Naturally, you assumed you’d get paid,” Molded Fiber Glass CEO Morrison wrote in a book about the Taj published in 1994. Documents filed with regulators suggest Trump gave Paone about a third of what he was owed over the next year. Trump spokeswoman Hope Hicks and Trump attorney Alan Garten did not respond to a list of questions about the candidate’s Taj dealings. That's how you make things work. Marty Rosenberg, who was installing floor-to-ceiling curtain walls of glass, picked up the phone in his Atlantic City office and called one of Trump’s men overseeing construction. “We got next to nothing,” says Michael MacLeod, whose 40-person studio made the giant elephant statues at the entrance to Taj. Trump properties in Atlantic City filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy in 1991, including the Trump Taj Mahal; Trump Hotels and Casinos Resorts joined in 2004 and Trump … Marty Rosenberg insisted that this was not the same company as Atlantic Plate and Window Glass, but would not elaborate. “Morrison knew no other way but to pay his bills,” says Tobman. By the start of 1990, Trump was desperate for the contractors to finish so he could begin taking money from slots players and high rollers. “I took a big hit.”. Millar built back the retail side of his business to 14 stores before dying in 2008. “To him that was more important than a piece of paper.”. You can't give me a check then.' Trump's bankruptcy meant that several contractors were never paid for their work and materials. Marty Rosenberg introduces Hillary Clinton at a rally in front of the former Trump Plaza Hotel and... [+] Casino in Atlantic City. In 1996, he filed for personal bankruptcy. Do I think she's the cleanest person? It was his biggest gamble, the “eighth wonder of the world,” as he dubbed it. “You have to be very rough and very tough with most contractors,” he wrote in his 1987 book, “Trump: The Art of the Deal,” ″or they’ll take the shirt right off your back.”. You need to give me some leverage and some time.' “We got a problem,” he said. Two weeks passed and no check arrived. More contractors sued Trump, but it was too late to collect what they were due. Those who entrusted him with their funds or labor, including employees, vendors and bond and stockholders, often fared less well. After the Taj opened in April 1990, the self-anointed “King of Debt” owed $70 million to 253 contractors employing thousands who built the domes and minarets, put up the glass and drywall, laid the pipes and installed everything from chandeliers to bathroom fixtures. (The Trump campaign did not respond to a request for comment about this episode.) "If we were planning to go out of business, we could do what Donald Trump did. His family wouldn’t respond to repeated calls for comment. Soon after the opening, Trump owed $70 million to 253 contractors employing thousands who built the domes and minarets, put up the glass and drywall, laid the pipes and installed everything from chandeliers to bathroom fixtures. He continued to dismiss rumors that he was in financial trouble, but regulatory documents released later showed otherwise. Rosenberg went to New York to meet with Trump. And I say, 'Give me a check.' Among the sellers was Morrison of Molded Fiber Glass, according to Tobman, his man in Atlantic City. Lupu had started with Trump in 1984, when he opened the Trump Plaza. Over his protests, regulators unsealed a devastating report written by Trump’s own accountants: The “billionaire” had been burning through cash in his personal accounts so fast in the spring that he would have had nothing by end of the year if he didn’t take drastic action. “I have a lot of money,” he told The New York Times at the time, “and the Taj has a lot of money.”. Is It Time To Change Director Board Compensation In Private Real Estate Firms? And I began my career peeking into the dark corners of the legal system for The American Lawyer. Trump Taj Bankruptcy Left Many Contractors Angry June 30, 2016 8:27 am ET The contractor who provided the onion domes for the Taj Mahal casino had to eat $2 million in losses. He brought the photos to a Trump lawyer named Patrick McGahn, a no-nonsense ex-Marine. The trouble wasn’t enough to keep Molded Fiber Glass from doing work for Trump again. Meanwhile, his nephews now run a glass glazing company called APG International. Trump was “stringing us along,” says Tobman. The stress was also building at Hastings Pavement, the company doing the paving work. The contractor who provided the onion domes atop the Taj had to eat $2 million in losses. A quarter of a century has passed since Donald Trump refused to pay in full 253 contractors who help build his Taj in Atlantic City. "The day of the meeting, which was around lunch time, I get a telephone call, from Donald's attorney. Company employees, including Eric Rosenberg, a senior vice president, declined to speak with Forbes. Marble man Millar eventually stopped paying credit card bills, dues for a private club, then his state taxes. Frank Lundy, owed $580,000 for overseeing construction clean-up at the Taj, was visiting his sick grandfather; the older man’s face was half frozen from a stroke, tubes sticking out his arms. Millar eventually had to lay off workers, shut down his business Avalon Commercial, close many of his retail stores and borrow from friends to make ends meet, according to court documents and Millar’s lawyers and former employees. His lawyer said McGahn won some money from Trump in a settlement, but did not remember the amount. Even as Resorts struggled to finish the project, it still managed to periodically pay Atlantic Plate and Window Glass, Rosenberg said. To finance the Taj, he claimed he could borrow at low prime rates from banks because, as he testified, big banks were calling him “all the time,” begging him to take out loans. But for Paone and others like her — the dozens of contractors and their families who never got all they were owed — it could have happened yesterday. Opening day was pushed back twice, to April 2, only six weeks before a $47 million bond payment came due. His story began in the 1980s, when Resorts International hired the family company to install the glass curtain walls on its 51-story tower. The company helped with the roof of the Trump Parc East, a residential building overlooking Central Park in Manhattan, according to Tobman. "It hurt. Many contractors, according to the A.P., retrenched or even went bankrupt. Ways Entrepreneurs Can Stretch Their Capital, 2 Million Professionals Polled On How To Make Virtual Conferences Better— Here Are Their Top 10 Hacks, Subscribe Now: Forbes Entrepreneurs & Small Business Newsletters. She recalls him breaking down in tears at a Cape May restaurant a few years after the casino’s bankruptcy. ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. (AP) — The contractor who provided the onion domes for the Taj Mahal casino had to eat $2 million in losses. But Morrison paid them anyway, Tobman recalls, by borrowing the money. “Donald Trump was flamboyant, but he was an immensely successful contractor who paid his debts.”. All Rights Reserved, This is a BETA experience. But, he added, "she has some background in the world. Of Hillary Clinton, he said, "I don't know a heck of a lot about her. He filed suit, charging that Trump never paid him in full for his work. "I didn't say, 'if I get 20 percent of my money, you'll get 20 percent of your money.' “Put in as many hours as you have to — unlimited overtime.”. Then he got an idea. Two months later, Molded Fiber Glass was still waiting. Taj Mahal contractors were told to take less than they were owed. The place was still unfinished, with the facade facing the Atlantic Ocean lacking much of its ornamentation. Everyone laughed. But "as the president of the Untied States, he scares the death out of me. Regular checks for work completed stopped arriving in the mail. “What he did was wrong.”, On June 12, Molded Fiber Glass sued for the $3 million it was owed. Trump was known for not paying contractors whose work he deemed inferior, but Rosenberg he fielded no such complaints. Her father never made it out of seventh grade, she says, and built his businesses on trust, no contracts. Resorts head James Crosby said it might be named the United States Hotel, in reference to the city's first major hotel. In August 1990, the truth finally came out. Workers lost their jobs. The tab would climb to $100 million the next month. Barbara Kerr, a friend who had lent him $73,000, says that Millar had his hands in ventures outside of contracting, but that it was the work at the Taj that did him in. “I’m trying to take care of him.”. ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. (AP) — Weak from heart surgery and a sepsis infection that would soon kill her, Patricia Paone was resting at home last summer when an apparition appeared on the TV — a famous businessman who had struck a deal with her husband years before. “I really need the money,” Lundy said as he handed over photos of his grandfather. As he recalled in an interview a couple weeks ago, it was a $12 or $13 million contract. In November 1990, Trump missed a payment to his junk bond investors. The contractor who provided the onion domes for Donald Trump’s Taj Mahal casino had to eat $2 million (U.S.) in losses. He later folded the Taj into a publicly traded company holding other casinos. Morrison ended up having to write off $2 million of the $3 million that Trump owed him, according to his book. “A handshake meant everything.”. No." The New York Post headline: “The Taj May Go Topless.”. 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