The West Hollywood City Council voted "unanimously" to endorse a resolution that would urge the Los Angeles City Council and the Hollywood Chamber of Commerce to remove Donald Trump's star from the Hollywood Walk of Fame.
“The West Hollywood City Council did not pass the resolution because Donald Trump is a conservative or a Republican. Earning a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame is an honor. When one belittles and attacks minorities, immigrants, Muslims, people with disabilities or women — the honor no longer exists,” Mayor John Duran told CNN on Tuesday.
But it doesn't mean it's going to happen
Since the Hollywood Walk of Fame is a registered historic landmark and is outside West Hollywood's jurisdiction, the removal of the star more than likely won't happen simply because the council passed the measure.
The star is considered a part of the historical fabric and one has never been removed, said Leron Gubler, the organization's president and CEO.
It was awarded to President Trump in 2007 for the work he did with the Miss Universe Pageant but continues to take a beating since the president took office.
Catch Pat Gray and Jeffy Fisher discuss the controversy surrounding the star in the clip above.
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