The US election results aren’t even in yet, but one of Donald Trump’s main platform promises has already come to fruition.
That’s right, Trump’s infamous wall was constructed in Hollywood yesterday. Although it’s probably not quite what the Republican candidate had envisioned:
Los Angeles photographer and street artist, Plastic Jesus created the structure right on top of Trump’s star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. Complete with miniature barbed wire, tiny American flags and even little “Caution border: keep out” signs, his little exhibit created quite the stir:
Much to Trump’s dismay, however, Mexico did not pay for it.
Not surprisingly, CNET reports that the wall was meant to be a criticism of Trump’s platform. By Wednesday afternoon, it had already been removed.
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