Donald Trump’s Hollywood Walk of Fame star received a transformation just this weekend after it was defaced with a swastika symbol.
The picture was posted to Reddit by a photographer on Friday, the symbol used in defacing Donald Trump’s Hollywood Walk of Fame star is associated with the Nazi regime symbol. It was spray-painted across the Republican presidential front-runner’s brass nameplate before its removal.
An actor who wore a Batman suit along the iconic boulevard confirmed the vandalism to The Wrap, he also said that he often sees people stomping or pretending to defecate on the former “Apprentice” host’s star. Trump who received the honor in 2007 for producing and hosting the NBC reality TV show.
“I’ve never seen this kind of hate put on a star before, not even Bill Cosby,” Austin Franklin told the website.
Since Trump announced his campaign intentions, has made more headlines than most celebrities, the media was on fire for his famous xenophobic stances, including his call to ban all Muslims from entering the U.S. and his statement about Latino immigrants are “criminals” and “rapists.”
Most people has reportedly liken Trump to the Nazi party’s leader Adolf Hitler
Most people has reportedly liken him to the Nazi party’s leader Adolf Hitler, whose own ideals of racial purity led to the massacre of an estimated 11 million people during World War II.
Just last week Anne Frank’s stepsister, an 86-year-old Eva Schloss, also compared Trump to Hitler in a column published by Newsweek.
“I think [Trump] is acting like another Hitler by inciting racism” wrote Schloss, who survived the Auschwitz concentration camp.”During his U.S. presidential campaign he has suggested the ‘total and complete shutdown of Muslims entering the United States,’ as well as pledging to build a wall between the U.S. and Mexico to keep illegal immigrants out.”
Actually in the thousands of years ago before the symbol was appropriated by the Nazi party, the symbol represents good luck, fortune and success. http://www.whorunsgov.com/trump-to-boycott-debate-after-seeking-fans-opinion-on-twitter/03110