Donald Trump's Walk of Fame Star Vandalized, Covered With Swastikas and Blood
Unidentified man used a marker pen to draw multiple swastikas on Hollywood star
Donald Trump's Walk Of Fame star has seen better days since the President took office, over the past two years it had become a hotspot for vandals.
This week Trump's star has been damaged again, this time by an unidentified man who used a marker pen to draw multiple swastikas on it accompanied by obscenities, according to TMZ.
It was around 9 a.m local time that the incident took place, police are now looking for witnesses.
The incident took place on Wednesday morning at around 9 a.m. local time.
But just hours later, the star was vandalized again, this time someone poured what looked like fake blood over it.
Los Angeles police are investigating the incidents, according to the Hollywood Reporter.
Los Angeles police are investigating the incidents, The Hollywood Reporter wrote.
Trump was awarded the start in 2007 at the height of his “Apprentice” fame, but since he took office, it has become a black spot for liberal vandals.
Man seen drawing swastikas and crossing out Donald Trump’s name on his Hollywood Walk of Fame star just hours after a different person vandalized the same star. @NBCLA— Kenny Holmes (@KHOLMESlive) December 21, 2018
🎥: @halie_cook pic.twitter.com/kN3PYoWNZM
Oh wow somebody vandalized President Trump's Hollywood star again haha!😸😸 pic.twitter.com/LkqilZnP2A— ★ Lisa Walker★ (@starlettet123) December 21, 2018
Back in July, a liberal protestor destroyed Trump's star with a pickaxe.
According to witnesses, a "protestor" pulled the tool from a guitar case and smashed the president's monument to pieces in a mindless act of vandalism of public property.
The West Hollywood City Council passed a resolution to remove President Donald Trump’s Hollywood Walk of Fame star, the city mayor has announced.
“West Hollywood City council unanimously passes a resolution asking the Hollywood Chamber of Commerce to remove the Donald Trump star on Hollywood Walk of Fame,” West Hollywood Mayor John Duran said.