Donald Trump Walk of Fame
Donald Trump's star, pictured September 10, 2015 on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, a Trump supporter that cleaned his star inspired a viral meme. Getty Images

A young woman cleaned Donald Trump's Hollywood Walk of Fame star last week, which unbeknownst to her, would launch a string of hilarious memes Wednesday inspired by her efforts. Twitter user Makenna Greenwald, a college student from Wyoming, shared the photos on her public account.

At the time, Trump's Walk of Fame star had been defaced with graffiti.

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The Trump supporter documented her "respect" for the president-elect through a series of photos she shared June 28 on Twitter. One picture shows Greenwald cleaning the graffiti marks off of Trump's star, and two others show her posed above it with a smile spread across her face.

"Stopped to clean @realDonaldTrump Hollywood Star," Greenwald wrote in a tweet. "Nothing but respect for MY President. #RaisedRight."

Greenwald received support for her deed on Twitter from well-known Republican figures, including television journalist Sean Hannity and Eric Trump. Hannity praised her, saying, "Wow. Great American. @CNN @NBCNews @JoeNBC (who calls the @POTUS a schmuck, liar, goon etc.). Watch and learn what respect for the office is."

However, most of the feedback Greenwald received for her clean-up endeavors proved to be overwhelmingly negative.

Several Twitter users tweeted Greenwald directly and criticized her support of Trump. Others mocked Greenwald with their for their own Walk of Fame cleaning posts. It quickly became a viral meme on Twitter.

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"Stopped to clean @MerylStreep Hollywood Star," Jake Stubbs wrote in a tweet Saturday. "Nothing but respect for MY President. #RaisedRight."

Another user tweeted, "Got drunk and slutty in front of Harrison Ford's star. Nothing but respect for MY president."

Jennifer Lopez, Kermit the Frog, James Franco, Samuel Jackson, Ryan Reynolds, Julia Louis-Dreyfus and Donald Duck were among a long list of feigned "presidents" featured in the meme posts. More than a few individuals referenced Shrek as their president.

Greenwald, who seemingly failed to understand the wave of backlash she received for her Walk of Fame post, took to Twitter to share her gratitude for those who shared support for her efforts.

"Thankful for good people supporting me and faith in a God that is bigger than anything this world has to offer," Greenwald wrote in a tweet, which included a red heart emoji beside it.

The meme even reached Eric Trump, who on Saturday tweeted, "Thank you Makenna! #MakeAmericaGreatAgain."

Here are 9 other memes that were inspired by Greenwald's original Walk of Fame cleaning post:

Trump's Hollywood Walk of Fame star has become a target since he arrived in the Oval Office. Prior to Greenwald's cleaning deed, BBC noted that street artist Plastic Jesus surrounded Trump's star with a border in July 2016, symbolizing the president's desire to build a ginormous wall in between the United States and Mexico. TMZ reported in April 2017 that Trump's star was also vandalized with an explicit graffiti message, saying: "F— Trump."

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