'This place is a shithole' projection seems on Donald Trump's DC resort

Joy Montgomery
January 17, 2018

This comes after President Donald Trump received criticism this past week, after reports circulated that he allegedly referred to immigrants from Haiti and "s***hole countries" in Africa when speaking on immigration reform during an Oval Office conversation.

According to Huffington Post, Bells Visuals founder Robin Bell used a video projector to light up Trump International Hotel in D.C. with "sh*thole" and several poop emojis last weekend.

Bell has done similar work in the past, projecting various phrases critical of the Trump Administration on the front of the hotel owned by the Trump family.

In December, employees at the Center for Disease Control and Prevention were told to avoid using seven words, which Bell then projected onto Trump Hotel in protest.

Reuters/Kevin LamarqueFlags fly above the entrance to the new Trump International Hotel on its opening day in Washington, DC, U.S.

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He has since regretted the comments and has been fired from Breitbart News as part of the fallout. Peter Carr, spokesman for the special counsel, declined to comment on the ongoing investigation.

The video was shared on Twitter by Robin Bell, who describes himself as an "editor, video journalist, and multimedia artist" who is based in Washington DC. He has also taken projected pot shots at Trump's attorney general, Jeff Sessions, with the line, "I thought the KKK was OK until I learned that they smoked pot", projected onto the Department of Justice. Also projected on the building were things like "pay Trump bribes here".

It was a question posed to lawmakers who had suggested granting visas to individuals from Haiti, El Salvador and multiple African nations.

"Why are we having all these people from shithole countries come here?"

Democrats and some Republican lawmakers criticized the president's choice of words and called for him to apologize.

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