The latest projection by artist Robin Bell on the Trump International Hotel in Washington was timed to coincide with the president's State of the Union address
The latest projection by artist Robin Bell on the Trump International Hotel in Washington was timed to coincide with the president's State of the Union address

Robin Bell, artist and anti-Trump activist

By: AFP
Thu, Feb. 1, 2018
1 February 2018: Robin Bell, multimedia artist and Donald Trump foe, regularly projects messages onto the facade of Trump International Hotel in Washington to "visually" denounce the American president's policies.

On Tuesday, just before Trump delivered his State of the Union address before Congress, Bell projected the phrases "Donald Trump harassed or assaulted twenty women" and "Congress: Investigate Trump" on the hotel.

The hotel is located on Pennsylvania Avenue, a straight shot to Capitol Hill.

"The day of the State of the Union speech, it is important to highlight the fact that Trump is a sexual predator," said Natalie Green, communications coordinator at women's rights group UltraViolet, which collaborated on the project.

In December, three women -- two of whom say Trump sexually harassed them -- asked Congress to open an investigation into alleged predatory sexual behavior by the president.

"Congress has a constitutional duty to believe these women and start an investigation, and it is a national embarrassment if they don't," Green said.

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