West Hollywood City Council votes to remove Trump’s Walk of Fame star

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President Donald Trump's star on Hollywood's Walk of Fame is under consideration for removal after a second act of vandalism struck the former reality show star's totem in July. Some West Hollywood officials want it removed because of Trump's "disturbing treatment of women and other actions". Hopefully he's thinking about that right now, because starting tonight, his star could be on its way out like a bad hombre or a totally unfair trade deal or. something.

Two West Hollywood City Council members are trying to get rid of Donald Trump's star from the Hollywood Walk of Fame.

Providing other reasons for the removal, the council members noted Trump's policies, including his refusal to accept United States intelligence claims of Russian election interference, his decision to withdraw from the milestone Paris climate accord, a ban on transgender military officers, and the separation of immigrant families at the USA border with Mexico. The vote marks an unprecedented move for the city of Los Angeles, which has never removed a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.

However, the decision to remove the star is not the West Hollywood city council's to make. The only question is how he'll respond to the indignity.

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The Hollywood Walk of Fame is a who's who in the celeb world - as of this year, it now features over 2,600 stars spanning categories of motion pictures, television, radio, recording and live performance/theatre. The Chamber of Commerce would have the final say in removing the star.

Weirdly, whilst "Disneyland", Big Bird and The Rugrats have a star on the Walk Of Fame, Fisher doesn't have one and neither does Brad Pitt, Leonardo DiCaprio, Spike Lee, Robert DeNiro or Will Smith.

The Hollywood Chamber of Commerce has refused past efforts to remove the stars of disgraced actors including Bill Cosby and Kevin Spacey so it looks likely that this latest attempt will end in failure.

According to The Los Angeles Times, the West Hollywood resolution doesn't mention the vandalism as a reason behind the vote.

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Trump's star was dedicated in recognition of his work on NBC's "The Apprentice". He could face as many as three years in jail.

Otis was sentenced to community service and ordered to pay $4,400 (£3400) towards repairing the damage.

It's unclear whether Clay has a lawyer.

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