'S---hole' projected onto Trump Hotel in DC

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US President Donald Trump has been facing strong condemnation at home and overseas after suggesting immigrants from Haiti, El Salvador and Africa were from "shithole countries".

Back in May of previous year, Bell rose to infamy when he projected "Emoluments welcome", and "Pay Trump bribes here" on the same Trump hotel in Washington, D.C.; phrases that were also used later in his most recent attack.

This protest is not first the Bell has projected onto Trump Hotel, or even other buildings.

But on Saturday, the phrases "S--HOLE" and "THIS PLACE IS A S--HOLE", along with emoji of poop, were projected onto the entrance of the Trump hotel.

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The projector also showed a longer message on the hotel, telling people "This is not normal" and "the president distracts us from politics that are harming us".

The man behind it was Robin Bells, whose Twitter bio describes him as an "award-winning editor, video journalist, and multimedia artist based in Washington DC".

Bell's latest installation is part of a widespread backlash to Trump's comments.

Trump was not in Washington over the weekend. "He has also targeted Attorney General Jeff Sessions, projecting "#SessionsMustGo" and "I thought KKK was Ok until I learned they smoked pot" on the Department of Justice building.

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Trump asked why the United States should accept immigrants from Haiti and "shithole countries" in Africa, rather than places like Norway.

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

Rep. Cedric Richmond (D-La.), the chairman of the Congressional Black Caucus, said in a statement that Trump's alleged remarks were another "confirmation of his racially insensitive and ignorant views".

Trump has since denied using the word, though he admitted his language was "tough".

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