Several fake Trump stars reportedly appear on Hollywood Walk of Fame

Several fake Trump stars reportedly appear on Hollywood Walk of Fame

"Keep taking down the @realDonaldTrump star, and we will further spread Trump Derangement Syndrome by installing a never ending stream of stars", the group, that nicknamed themselves the "MAGA Legion", tweeted Thursday. He said the project was motivated by the destruction of the president's star and this week's vote by the West Hollywood City Council to recommend its permanent removal.

Trump's real Walk of Fame star has recently gained media attention after a 24-year-old man was charged with one felony count of vandalism after he allegedly destroyed the star with a pickaxe on July 25.

Fake stars bearing Donald Trump's name have popped up on the Hollywood Walk of Fame after his original one was vandalized.

The Hollywood Reporter tracked down the artist.

The artists, spending about $1,000, printed the stars on sheets of floor vinyl with adhesive backing.

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The West Hollywood City Council may want to permanently remove President Donald Trump's starfrom the Hollywood Walk of Fame, but that isn't stopping dozens of replicas from popping up.

Meanwhile, a possible Trump 2020 presidential oponent said stop focusing on his Hollywood star and concentrate on flipping Congress in the mid-tern election. "A young and anonymous entrepreneur" helped fund the group's objective, according to The Hollywood Reporter. "Not only would the star be destroyed, but it would damage our property", a Ripley's Believe It or Not! employee said.

However, the footage shows the crew passing by others stars from major Hollywood figures Kevin Spacey and Jimmy Kimmel-neither of whom are strangers to controversy, and whose stars are still up.

The council has no jurisdiction over the Walk of Fame in neighboring Hollywood, and voted only to urge the Hollywood Chamber of Commerce, which runs the attraction, to remove it.

A member of the cleaning service that deals with daily graffiti and vandalism on the Walk of Fame said, "We started at 5 o'clock in the morning and we've found about 50 stars".