Since Donald Trump won the election in 2016, a lot of his former buildings have decided they wanted nothing to do with the “Trump” name, so they decided to remove the name off the facade.
On Thursday, according to The New York Times, another building decided to join in removing Trump’s name from its building, making it the seventh building to do so since 2016.
According to The Times, residents of 200 Riverside Boulevard in the borough’s tony Upper West Side are stoked to see that Trump’s name won’t be at their building after October 18/
This is the 7th bldg to remove @realDonaldTrump's name since '16. The others: 3 other "Trump Place" bldgs in NYC, plus hotels in Toronto/Panama/SoHo.
Also NYC took his name off a carousel in Central Park, which Trump had unilaterally renamed after himself https://t.co/0ttx9ltCdW https://t.co/CdPgQmf3qH
— David Fahrenthold (@Fahrenthold) October 17, 2018