Trump's Hollywood Walk of Fame star defaced
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GOP presidential candidate Donald TrumpDonald TrumpGaetz was denied meeting with Trump: CNN Federal Reserve chair: Economy would have been 'so much worse' without COVID-19 relief bills Police in California city declare unlawful assembly amid 'white lives matter' protest MORE’s star on Hollywood’s Walk of Fame has been defaced, a new report says. 

Vandals drew a large yellow X through the real estate tycoon’s marker, located at 6801 Hollywood Blvd., according to The Hollywood Reporter


It said on Thursday that the Hollywood Chamber of Commerce plans on cleaning Trump’s award soon. 

“We regret that somebody would deface a historic landmark,” said Leron Gubler, the Hollywood Chamber of Commerce president and CEO. 

“People who have a disagreement with Donald Trump should not take it out on the Walk of Fame,” Gubler said of the famous landmark in Los Angeles.

“The star will be restored to its original condition as soon as possible,” he added. 

Hollywood’s Walk of Fame is popular tourist destination immortalizing entertainers with stars bearing their names along Hollywood Boulevard. 

Trump received his marker on Jan. 16, 2007, according to the attraction’s official website

“Donald John Trump is an American business magnate, socialite, author and television personality,” his official induction biography reads. 

“Trump’s extravagant lifestyle and outspoken manner have made him a celebrity for years, a status amplified by the success of his NBC reality show, 'The Apprentice,' " it says. 

“Trump currently owns several million square feet of prime Manhattan real estate, and remains a major figure in the field of real estate in the United States and a celebrity for his prominent media exposures,” it adds. 

The outspoken billionaire has frequently argued his vast wealth frees him from the influence of political lobbyists and career politicians. He remains the front-runner for the Republican presidential nomination in multiple national polls. 

Trump leads the crowded field of 17 candidates with 29.8 percent support, according to the latest RealClearPolitics average.