Nonetheless, the City Council there unanimously approved a largely symbolic resolution Monday night urging that the president's star be eliminated from the Walk of Fame, which stretches several blocks of Hollywood Boulevard and Vine Street.
Catch Pat Gray and Jeffy Fisher discuss the controversy surrounding the star in the clip above.
Now, it's important to understand that this is only a proposal; Trump's star is not being removed yet, but West Hollywood is asking Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti, the Los Angeles City Council, and the Hollywood Chamber of Commerce to make it so.
The star was previously vandalised days before the November 2016 election.
The decision to remove Trump's star was greeted with backlash on social media.
The resolution will be shared with the Hollywood Chamber of Commerce. The Trump supporters, meanwhile, were aghast when Austin Clay, the self-confessed pickaxe vandal who destroyed Trump's star last month, made a speech about the importance of public safety and preserving "the integrity of the Walk of Fame as an honorable landmark".
The West Hollywood City Council has voted to remove it permanently after deciding the US President's politics were too much for it to take. He was charged with vandalism and was charged over $400 in damages.
Among the other reasons listed on the resolution include Trump's policies on climate change, the GOP's abhorrent removal of immigrant children from their parents, and Trump's treatment of transgender persons.
Los Angeles police Officer Ray Brown said Clay did not reveal a motive for the alleged vandalism, and the investigation continues.
Trump's star was also vandalized in October 2016 while he was the Republican candidate for president.
In light of the revelations of the #MeToo movement, the citys resolution also asks that the officials overseeing the Walk of Fame consider revisiting the qualifications for earning a star. Leron Gubler, CEO of Hollywood Chamber of Commerce rejected a call to take out a star of Bill Cosby who was accused by more than 45 women of sexual misconduct dating to the late 1960s.