An Artist Projected "Pay Trump Bribes Here" on the Trump Hotel in Washington

That's one way to send a message.

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Hours after it was reported that President Trump revealed classified information during a meeting with Russian officials, an artist gave the commander-in-chief a rude awakening—by directly projecting a message on the Trump International Hotel in Washington.

The projections included "Pay Trump Bribes Here," "Emoluments Welcome," and the entire emoluments clause, which prohibits people who hold federal office from taking money from foreign governments. This obviously presents a conflict, as foreign governments can book rooms at the Trump International Hotel. President Trump has pledged to donate money from foreign governments to the United States Treasury.

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Artist Robin Bell took credit for the projections, and this isn't the first time he's projected anti-Trump sentiments. He projected a message at Trump's rally in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania:

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And he even projected the word "kakistocracy," meaning a government run by the least qualified citizens, on the Trump International Hotel:

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Watch Monday night's projections below:

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