Last week, it was reported that Trump's Hollywood star of fame had been vandalised for the second time in two years, this time with a pickaxe.
Hilariously enough, Austin Clay, the man that did it, got bailed out of jail for $20,000 by the first man that vandalised it, in an extreme circle of karma.
Now, in the next level of troll-ism, two 'Russian soldiers' have been seen posted to guard the star, in order to protect it from another potential attack.
The 'satirical Soviets' were first spotted on Wednesday, just after Clay smashed in the star with his pickaxe.
Needless to say, the internet has had a filed day with the prank.
Comedian Jimmy Kimmel also noted the hilarious troll, and discussed it on his Thursday evening show, with the New York Post reporting he quipped:
That’s what comrades do for other comrades.
The prank comes after the president invited Putin to the White House earlier this month, in an unprecedented move. Trump was also accused of treason during a joint press conference in Helsinki with Putin, when he said that he could think of 'no reason' for Russia to have meddled in the US elections.