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Donald Trump is as much loved as he is hated; watch video to see what a polarising figure he is


US President Donald Trump's star on the iconic Hollywood Walk of Fame mysteriously multiplied overnight and on Thursday (August 9) morning, there were several dozens of them.

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According to the Hollywood Reporter, the multiplication of the Trump stars happened as a result of a conservative street artist's efforts who, on the condition of anonymity, said his act was motivated not just by the destruction of the president's real star recently with a pick-axe but also by a unanimous vote by the West Hollywood City Council to recommend removal of the star because of charges of misogyny against him.

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"Rip up the president's Walk of Fame star or try to have it removed - like you're the mayor of West Hollywood or something - and 30 more will pop up," The Hollywood Reporter quoted the artist as saying.

Donald Trump is as much loved as he is hated; watch video to see what a polarising figure he is

The Hollywood Reporter further said that the artist and his team call themselves 'The Faction' and are allied to the conservative artist Sobo and they spent $1,000 on the stars that they printed on the sheets of floor vinyl and their initiative was partially funded by a young entrepreneur who also chose to remain anonymous.

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Donald Trump is indeed a deeply polarising figure and it is proved again.

Watch the video to see how Trump's stars multiplied on Hollywood Walk of Fame.

Credit: WayneDupreeShow; Published on Rumble

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