Earlier this week, while Donald Trump learned Michael Cohen had taped their conversations, someone took justice into their own hands and decided to utterly annihilate the former Apprentice host's star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.
How the star ended up there in the first place or why it hasn't been formally removed remains a mystery—I guess they've just been giving them away over the last decade or so. Trump allegedly received the star in 2007 for his role as producer and professional voyeur for the Miss Universe shows. His declining viewership, casual sexism, and overt falsification of job titles for show winners on The Apprentice took some of the glow out of his relatively new star on the Walk of Fame. Still, it appears Trump's latest role in the sitcom POTUS is receiving the worst reviews of all.
Reviews so bad, in fact, one person sought to make things right and preserve the integrity of the Walk of Fame by decimating the man's star with a pickaxe. The video surface within the last 24-36 hours. However, the video is way more entertaining when it's set to slow, hazy doom metal. Check out the footage of the axeman doing his thing while Virginia doom band Cough's "A Year in Suffering" plays. The song appears on their 2010 album, Ritual Abuse.