Why does Donald Trump have a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame?
According to NBC Los Angeles, witnesses said the suspect used a guitar case to hide the pickaxe. They found that Trump's star had been destroyed with a pickaxe. A man pretending to be a construction worker in 2016 destroyed it, and it was spray-painted as well in another incident that same year. He was later sentenced to three years' probation.
But since his election as US President, the star awarded to Donald Trump in 2007 has been a frequent target for expressions of disaffection with his performance and his politics.
That incident happened amid mounting allegations that the then-presidential candidate had groped and kissed women without their consent.
David Palmer, who witnessed the destruction, said he's used to seeing odd things happen on Hollywood Boulevard, but this time he was surprised.
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It said Brunson's defence had been completed and evidence for the case was nearly all collected. The U.S. cleric later left the prison with police escort after completing certain procedures.
"The Hollywood Historic Trust will fix the star immediately but requires several days of seasoning before it is polished".
Witness David Palmer said he is accustomed to seeing the unusual on Hollywood Boulevard, where tourist mingle with street performers dressed as superheroes and other characters, but he was surprised to see the Walk of Fame vandalism.
It was vandalized in 2016 and more recently, someone put a mock border wall around it.
But one visitor made a decision to shared photos of herself scrubbing Trump's star and tweeted that she had "nothing but respect for MY President".