Mini wall erected around Donald Trump’s Hollywood Star

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LOS ANGELES – Within a day of being officially nominated as the GOP presidential candidate, Donald Trump got a wall – but not in the place you’d expect it.

A 6-inch-tall wall, complete with barbed wire and tiny American flags, was erected around Trump’s Hollywood Walk of Fame star this week, KTLA reported.

The Republican candidate’s star on 6801 Hollywood Boulevard attracted quite the attention Wednesday after the street artist known as Plastic Jesus shared photos of it on social media.

L.A. Weekly first reported the mini-installation on Tuesday evening, attributing the work to Plastic Jesus.

Trump has taken an intense stance on immigration and vowed to build a wall between Mexico and the United States.

The Republican Party has embraced that plan, with Republican National Convention delegates on Monday approving a 2016 platform that codifies that support, KTLA reported.

As for the tiny wall around Trump’s star, which was installed in 2007, it’s not clear how long it was in place.

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