The gold letters spell out "Trump Place" on the front of a New York City condominium building, Thursday, Jan. 11, 2018. The board of the condominium tower in New York City is asking a court to declare that it has the right to yank President Donald Trump's name off the building.
The gold letters spell out "Trump Place" on the front of a New York City condominium building, Thursday, Jan. 11, 2018. The board of the condominium tower in New York City is asking a court to declare that it has the right to yank President Donald Trump's name off the building. Seth Wenig AP Photo
The gold letters spell out "Trump Place" on the front of a New York City condominium building, Thursday, Jan. 11, 2018. The board of the condominium tower in New York City is asking a court to declare that it has the right to yank President Donald Trump's name off the building. Seth Wenig AP Photo

Trump-branded condo tower sues for right to erase his name

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