On Wednesday, February 17, the Trump Plaza Hotel and Casino in Atlantic City was demolished due to extensive "disrepair."
Explosives were detonated within the building at 9:00 AM and the controlled implosion took roughly 20 seconds to complete.
Clips of the moment subsequently went viral, thanks in no small part to the unpopularity of the building's namesake, former President Donald Trump.
LOOK: The Trump Plaza Hotel and Casino in Atlantic City is demolished. The hotel has been closed since 2014 https://t.co/qniUzxp8Nk— Bloomberg Quicktake (@Bloomberg Quicktake) 1613571273.0
Trump Plaza tower comes tumbling down with a blasting Atlantic City this morning a few minutes after 9 am https://t.co/x7pDz69wDn— Carol Comegno (@Carol Comegno) 1613571155.0
The failure of yet another Trump endeavor was cause for celebration among many online, but one of the most memorable bits of shade came from former Secretary of State and presidential candidate Hillary Clinton.
Twitter lined up behind Clinton to support her.
@HillaryClinton I think I stayed at that hotel once and had meetings there. Now I wonder if I ever washed all the ick off of me.— David Walsh (@David Walsh) 1613579047.0
@HillaryClinton I am so happy for you that you got a chance to post this, and look forward to your posting video of… https://t.co/nC6tzzwPLO— Karl Oakes (@Karl Oakes) 1613578991.0
@HillaryClinton Whenever a Trump business fails or a Trump building crumbles, an angel gets its wings. I love when… https://t.co/00h3igoa8W— Russell Drew (@Russell Drew) 1613579474.0
Clinton won the popular vote in 2016 by about 3 million votes, she was defeated in the electoral college vote to Trumo.
However her reputation among the general population remains far stronger than his following his term in office.
@HillaryClinton mastered the art of one emoji shade https://t.co/uuPTgpr5ON— VK (@VK) 1613579666.0
@HillaryClinton Hillary is one of my favorite trolls— MK Genest 🌊 (@MK Genest 🌊) 1613594357.0
Clinton has become well known for her occasional snarky tweets aimed at her former rival.
@HillaryClinton This totally made my day, Madam Secretary— thank you!💃👏💙— 💙Rapunzel™💙 (@💙Rapunzel™💙) 1613579985.0
@HillaryClinton @rtinkham You love to see it.— Barbara Malmet (@Barbara Malmet) 1613593748.0
In the eyes of Trump's harshest critics, the moment gleefully symbolized the former President's fall from power.
@HillaryClinton It‘s always nice seeing confederate statues coming down— Michael Schlicker 🌐🇮🇱 (@Michael Schlicker 🌐🇮🇱) 1613578942.0
Unfortunately for him, Donald Trump has been permanently banned from Twitter and so was unable to respond to Clinton's emoji.