The artist added he was motivated by the recent destruction of Trump's star, as well as a vote from the West Hollywood City Council to recommend the removal of the president's star over his statements and alleged treatment toward women.
The smashed star was in the news again in the days following when two separate brawls broke out between groups of protestors and Trump supporters, who were there to defend the president's spot on the walk of fame.
They spent $1,000 on the stars, which were printed on sheets of floor vinyl with adhesive backing.
However, thanks to the work of a conservative street artist and a team of merry star placers, faux versions of the star are now occupying empty spaces on the famed walk.
President Donald Trump's Hollywood Walk of Fame star might not be going anywhere, as the Hollywood Chamber of Commerce says a star has never been removed.
'I didn't want to get hit over the head from behind.
A member of the cleaning service that handles the daily graffiti that is placed on the Walk of Fame told the Hollywood Reporter, "We started at 5 o'clock in the morning and we've found about 50 stars". We thought Trump Derangement Syndrome was a joke, but I'm pretty sure it's real.
"If no one peels these off, they could last there for 10 years", he said.
Instead of removing the president's star, the Democrat mayor urged Democrats to give up the back-and-forth political attacks and instead focus on practical efforts to take control of the House in the November midterms.
"We didn't want to have what happened to the old star here". An employee with Ripley's Believe It or Not! told the publication that they peeled the stars off in fear of further vandalism and damage to their property, referencing July's incident that left Trump's star in shambles.
Austin Clay, 24, was charged with one felony count of vandalism over the destruction.