Artist projects words 'pay Trump bribes here' onto DC hotel

Artist projects words 'pay Trump bribes here' onto DC hotel

Hotel staff quickly asked Bell to take the projection down, CNN reported. An arrow under the light projection pointed to the doors of the hotel, clearly sending the message. Bell says. "I definitely shy away from 'Trump is stupid.' No, he's breaking the law". "If someone can laugh and look at something, and then talk about it".

The emoluments clause of the Constitution projected onto the Trump International Hotel in Washington, D.C.

Others read "emoluments welcome here" and "pay Trump bribes here".

While Bell's projections were only up for about 10 minutes before security guards covered his lens, onlookers were quick to document the images and send them viral online.

The sign was projected over the front doors of The Trump Hotel in Washington DC, reading "Pay Trump Bribes Here".

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"The timing was awesome because it gave us something to look at and enjoy", Bell said. "If we're reacting to these people all the time, they can just play us".

"Getting into a fight with Trump Hotel security is not a fight we want to have", he said.

"We're the unofficial resident artists of the Trump Hotel", he joked. An emolument is a salary for work, or, as it pertains to the President with the Emoluments Clause in Article I of the United States Constitution, "any present, Emolument, Office, or Title, of any kind whatever, from any King, Prince, or foreign State", as The Washington Post breaks it down. He already has to suffer dealing with working for the Trump organization. It didn't immediately respond to a request for comment Tuesday. He previously projected images of administration officials, accompanied by the words "swamp monsters". The government watchdog group filed a lawsuit in federal court immediately after Trump took office, which is still making its way through the system (another lawsuit, from D.C.'s Cork Wine Bar, claims unfair competition specifically from the Trump hotel).

Bell even has a specially outfitted van that can do mobile projections.

Bell's favourite part of the night came when an open-top tour bus drove by and riders started to cheer.

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