Following his stunning election victory, Donald Trump has become the first former casino owner to assume the office of President of the United States.

Although gambling is typically regulated on a state-by-state basis, the new administration is still likely to have an impact in shaping the U.S. gaming sector over the next four years.

Already, Trump’s pick for U.S. Attorney General has suggested he will reconsider the landmark Department of Justice legal opinion that cleared states to regulate most forms of online gambling. The Trump administration’s Department of Interior, meanwhile, will establish policies on tribal land acquisitions and various other areas of consequence to Indian gaming.

For further coverage of gaming in the era of President Trump, see below.

Insight & Analysis

Annoyed by President Trump’s frequent use of Pocahontas as a derogatory nickname, the chairman of the National Indian Gaming Association on Tuesday said “we have to educate this President.”

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As U.S. Attorney General nominee William Barr testifies this week in his confirmation hearing before the Senate Judiciary Committee, even...

Regulatory Research

Voters in New Jersey and Massachusetts on November 8 defeated ballot measures to expand commercial casino gambling in those states, but...