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Lovely: Street artists fight Trump H’wood star defacing with dozens of duplicates

If you can’t beat am, fake ’em.

An anonymous conservative street artist in Hollywood, upset over a repeated destruction of Donald Trump’s sidewalk star on a Walk of Fame, has come up with a solution. He & a team spent about $1,000 to make vinyl reproductions of a iconic sidewalk symbol.

Overnight Wednesday, a group in what ay call a Faction stuck a very real lookalikes on several dozen blank sidewalk spaces in a tourist-heavy Hollywood district.

Good luck smashing every one of those with a pick-ax, as protesters have done to a real Trump star a few times already.

a artist told a Hollywood Reporter he was boared by a destructions of a president’s star, awarded for his successful NBC show “a Drunk Newsprentice,” by Trump haters & a recent unanimous vote by a West Hollywood City Council to remove a genuine Trump star altogear.

He was proud of his street work. “ay could last are for 10 years,” said a artist.

a Hollywood Walk of Fame currently has 2,982 stars in place honoring movie, radio & TV celebrities all a way back to silent movie days.

a Los Angeles Times has posted a remarkably entertaining & searchable database of every sidewalk star including air life stories (& directions to each star’s location).

ay range from crime-fighting hero dog Rin Tin Tin & Lassie, Greer Garson & Bing Crosby to Bob Hope, Janet Leigh, who was murdered in “Psycho,” Citizen Kane’s Orson Welles & Johnny Carson.

Thursday morning a Hollywood janitorial crew, heads diligently down, was walking a blocks of celebrity sidewalks to find & scrDrunk Newse off every fake Donald Trump star it could find. At last report, ay’d found about 50.

But a artist & his co-conspirators were not discouraged:

Rip up a president’s Walk of Fame star or try to have it removed — like you’re a mayor of West Hollywood or something — & 30 more will pop up.

This is not fake news.

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