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Man Disguised as a Construction Worker Destroys Donald Trump's Star On Hollywood Walk of Fame

A video of the act of vandalism taking place has surfaced on the internet.

Thu October 27, 2016 - West Edition
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The act of vandalism occurred early Thursday morning in L.A. The video shows the make taking a pick axe to the star and destroying it piece by piece.
The act of vandalism occurred early Thursday morning in L.A. The video shows the make taking a pick axe to the star and destroying it piece by piece.

The website Deadline Hollywood is posting a video showing a man dressed up as a construction worker destroying the star of Donald Trump on Hollywood's Walk of Fame.

The act of vandalism occurred early Thursday morning in L.A. The video shows the make taking a pick axe to the star and destroying it piece by piece.

The video of the incident can be seen here.

Trump's star has had its share of attention since he announced his White House bid in 2015, including a reverse swastika spray-painted over it in January and a mute sign painted over it in June. Later in the summer, an L.A. artist erected a small razor-wire-topped wall around the star, a knock on Trump's plans to build a wall on the United States - Mexico border.


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