Vulgar slur used by president projected onto Trump Hotel in Washington DC

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Video footage posted on Twitter shows the word "SHITHOLE" and poop emojis projected on the wall of the hotel.

Video of the stunt was posted on the Twitter account of Robin Bell, who has previously used projectors for political messages-projecting "emoluments welcome" and images of flags where Trump has business projects on the wall of the hotel in May. An arrow, also apparently projected on the building, points to the arched doorway.

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The pictures appear on the Twitter feed of Robin Bell, who has previously projected wording critical of the USA president onto the hotel.

He has become known as a kind of projectionist provocateur and something of a "hit-and-run editorial writer", as David Montgomery described him a year ago in The Washington Post.

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The president, in a discussion last week on immigration policy, reportedly remarked "Why are we having all these people from shithole countries come here?" referring to individuals from Haiti, El Salvador and multiple African nations.

"That same month, Bell projected "#SessionsMustGo" and "I thought the KKK was OK until I learned that they smoked pot" on the Department of Justice building, in reference to Attorney General Jeff Sessions. He was interviewed afterwards.

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