It comes after the United States president reportedly used the term "shitholes" to refer to Haiti, El Salvador and some African nations in a meeting last Thursday.
An artist took a projector and displayed the word "sh*thole" on the Washington, D.C., Trump International Hotel Saturday to make a statement about the president's reported comments. According an account given to the Washington Post, the projection remained displayed on the hotel for almost 40 minutes.
Bell has targeted Trump's DC hotel before with similar messages, including "Pay Trump bribes here" with an animated arrow pointing to the lobby.
"This is not normal", a segment of the display read, along with messages to "stay vigilant" and "#resist".
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"The president distracts us from politics that are harming us", Bell added in his expletive-laden protest projection.
Less than a week after President Trump's infamous "sh*thole countries" remark, one artist chose to clapback to the president's comments visually, using Trump's very own hotel as the canvas. "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.
The president, in a discussion last week on immigration policy, used "shithole" to refer to certain countries from which large-scale immigration was undesirable, according to people present at the meeting.
A spokesman for the UN Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights said there were no other word to describe the remarks than racist.
In a subsequent tweet, Trump said: "The language used by me at the DACA meeting was tough, but this was not the language used".