You can now decorate your home with furniture from Trump's casino

Rosie Vare

Want your living room to look like a Trump casino?

Now might be your chance President Trump once called his Taj Mahal casino in Atlantic City 'the eighth wonder of the world'.

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And while the actual Taj Mahal is still standing attracting millions of visitors, Trump's version is, well... not.

To be clear CNN reports a year after it was opened in 1990 things got so bad the casino broke anti-money laundering rules 106 times during its first year.

It took almost 20 years for Trump to end his relationship with the AC casino though he still had a stake in it until 2016.

Now Hard Rock International owns the space and is planning a major renovation.

To do that they need to get rid of mostly all Trump era items.

Bar stools anyone?

National Content Liquidators is in charge of the sale which started on Friday, so get on it because this magenta tub probably won't last long!