A conservative street artist allegedly laminated the vinyl stars on blank squares on the Walk of Fame because of West Hollywood City Council's recent unanimous vote that recommended the removal of Trump's star because of the accusations of his mistreatment of women.
On the morning of 9 August 2018, dozens of adhesive Donald Trump "stars" were stuck to the pavement along the Walk of Fame.
So far, more than 50 of the fake stars, which are said to have been funded by "a young and anonymous entrepreneur", have been peeled off and removed.
After being destroyed on several occasions, President Donald Trump's Hollywood Walk of Fame star multiplied overnight. They added the fake Trump stickers could last 10 years untouched.
However, it's destruction, by pen (not pickaxe) is actually a large moment in small government, as chamber president Leron Gubler told the Los Angeles Times they've never removed a star because it's considered part of the walk's "historic fabric".More news: Kanye West’s Interview On ‘Kimmel’ Was About As Bizarre As You’d Expect
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"To maintain a level sidewalk I assume all the other stars displayed will now be given the same character reviews and background checks to determine if their stars too deserve mutilation and banishment", said Geraldo Rivera, a television personality.
The crew kept President Trump's name covered until the last minute, as the artist said: "I didn't want to get hit over the head from behind". They spent $1,000 on the stars.
It comes after West Hollywood City Council unanimously voted in favour of permanently removing the US President's star - awarded to him in 2007 in recognition of his days as host of The Apprentice US. We will shower you Useful Idiots in glorious memes to manifest your Trump Derangement Syndrome demons.
Trump's star has been vandalized at least twice since 2016, with a pickax as well as being defaced with a reverse swastika.