Donald Trump stars mysteriously appear on Hollywood Walk of Fame

Donald Trump’s star on the Walk of Fame on Hollywood Blvd. on Dec. 10 2016 in Los Angeles. More

Donald Trump’s star on the Walk of Fame on Hollywood Blvd. on Dec. 10 2016 in Los Angeles. More

The Democrat mayor of Los Angeles is surprisingly against the decision to remove President Trump's star from Hollywood Boulevard.

Donald Trump "Stars" pasted all over Hollywood Blvd!

The artist said it was partly in response to the star being destroyed by critics of the president, and also in response to the vote by the Hollywood City Council to remove the star. The stars, printed on sheets of floor vinyl with adhesive backing, cost $1,000 and were financed in part by "a young and anonymous entrepreneur", according to the Reporter.

The Hollywood Reporter noted Thursday that as many as 50 of the fake stars had appeared overnight on the Walk of Fame, apparently the product of the street artist who told the news outlet that he wished to remain anonymous.

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However, there was no indication that it was a deliberate tactic on his part or that he was being economical with the truth.

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.

"I didn't want to get hit over the head from behind. We thought Trump Derangement Syndrome was a joke, but I'm pretty sure it's real", the artist continued.

While the artist asserted that the collection of stars "could last there for 10 years" if no one chose to remove them, an employee of Ripley's Believe It or Not! told the outlet that they were taken off due to a concern that vandalism would happen again.

The star has been through a rough month after being obliterated by a 24-year-old with a pick axe in late July. They added the fake Trump stickers could last 10 years untouched. An employee with Ripley's Believe It or Not! told the publication that they peeled the stars off in fear of further vandalism and damage to their property, referencing July's incident that left Trump's star in shambles.

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