"To think that we would pay tribute to someone whos causing such a awful disaster to our countrys values".
The city council confirmed to The Hill that it "voted unanimously to approve" the resolution, which urges the Los Angeles City Council and Hollywood Chamber of Commerce to remove the marker.
This is not the first time that a call for Trump's removal on the Walk of Fame has been brought up. Stars of Kevin Spacey and Bill Cosby were denied removal after both artists were accused in Hollywood's sexual harassment scandal. The only thing that has changed is that now Trump is the leader of the free world and a Republican. "Theres a sense of lawlessness that is occurring that is largely being orchestrated by the president".
According to The Washington Times, Duran insisted that the WeHo City Council not make its decision based on Trump's conservative politics but rather on his "abuse of women, minorities, immigrants, the disabled". The star has also been spray-painted with swastikas, had a miniature wall erected around it and was once covered with #IResist stickers. Ultimately, the Hollywood Chamber of Commerce will have the power to decide whether to remove the star.
However, Hollywood's Chamber of Commerce in the past had said that it would not remove a star.
"As of now, there are no plans to remove any stars from the Hollywood Walk of Fame", he said in a statement.
It should be noted that throughout history, no star has ever been removed from the Walk Of Fame.
So the councils resolution is not likely to do much in the immediate future.
Monday night's meeting featured a boisterous crowd of more than a hundred people, running the political gamut.
Emotions ran high. Insults were shouted across the room. The star was destroyed with a pickaxe.
Earlier today, 24-year-old Austin Clay was formally charged by the Los Angeles county district attorney with one count of felony vandalism over the July 26th destruction of the star; a charge that carries a maximum sentence of 3 years in county jail.
Trump earned his star back in 2007.
"To maintain a level sidewalk", the television personality and Fox News stalwart Gerald Rivera tweeted acidly, "I assume all the other stars displayed will now be given the same character reviews and background checks to determine if their stars too deserve mutilation and banishment".
Though the resolution was approved, it does not guarantee the star will be removed.
Clay said: "The star had a definite negative energy before and after I committed vandalism".