Hillary Clinton is making campaign stops in Atlantic City on Wednesday, looking to connect Donald Trump to troubled or failed businesses ventures there — and an ongoing strike at a hotel that still bears Trump's name but that he no longer owns.

The Trump Taj Mahal, where the strike is taking place, is now owned by Trump’s friend and fellow billionaire, Carl Icahn. The Trump Plaza Casino and Hotel is closed, the Trump Marina Hotel and Casino was sold at a loss, according to several reports.

The presumtive Democrat candidate for president is scheduled to speak in front of Boardwalk Hall at 12:15 PM. Clinton's campaign says she will highlight Trump's record of "stiffing contractors" — all while "pocketing cash for himself" a key example of why the Republican should not be elected president.