The resort’s executive vice president, David Mottola, said the decision was “not a game” and was “a very, very significant one for us”.
“We’re not going to play the game.
This is a very, extremely difficult decision, but I think it is the right decision,” Mr Mottolola said.
The cancellation follows a week of intense campaigning by Donald Trump’s campaign that saw the Republican presidential candidate’s name appear on the doorsteps of every major city, including New York, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Washington and many others.
Mr Trump’s supporters have accused the media of hyping the event to increase his chances of winning the election.
“If you don’t want to have the president of the United States on your doorstep, then don’t go to a Donald Trump rally,” Mr Trump told his supporters in a speech last week.
The venue was not a campaign rally, but was instead a large outdoor event in the resort’s outdoor area.
“I’m not going in there,” Mr Patera said, adding he would not attend the rally in a town that is home to more than 100,000 people.
The rally drew some of the biggest crowds in the country.
“This is really not a political rally.
It’s a gathering of people who love Donald Trump,” Mr Trimarchas said.”
We want to make sure that we have a great rally, and we want to be there as long as we can.”
In an online message, Mr Trump called the rally a “complete waste of time” and an “inconsequential show” for the country.
“The political process is a process, and it is a sham,” Mr President said.