Donald Trump's Star On The Hollywood Walk Of Fame Gets A Tiny Border Wall

The artwork is the latest case of vandalism involving Trump's Walk of Fame star.

21/07/2016 10:41

In yet another round of vandalism, Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump’s star on the iconic Hollywood Walk Of Fame has become the home of an unlikely art installation.

Street artist Plastic Jesus, who was previously responsible for other anti-Trump artworks, has built a wall around the ‘Apprentice USA’ host’s tributary slab on Hollywood Boulevard.

The 6-inch concrete wall is adorned with mini barbed wire, tiny “keep out” signs and little American flags.

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Plastic Jesus included his usual motto “Stop making stupid people famous” on the exterior. 

The unofficial attachment to Trump’s star appeared on Tuesday afternoon.

Speaking to the Daily Mail, Plastic Jesus said: “I think [Trump’s plan to build a wall] is completely ludicrous. So I try to get my work to act as a catalyst to get people thinking about his policies.

“The US is an incredible place because it’s so multicultural. It was founded on people from dozens and dozens of different nations.”

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This isn’t the first time Trump’s star has been vandalised since he made his foray into politics. In May, the Hollywood Chamber of Commerce confirmed they would not be removing Donald Trump’s slab on the iconic pavement despite several instances of vandalism.

Dirty protests at the real estate mogul’s star included people urinating on it, spitting on it, and letting their dogs defecate on it.

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