The projection, surrounded with a background of animated poop emojis, was a reference to Trump's alleged comments about immigrants from Haiti and African countries - "shithole countries", Trump is accused of saying earlier in the week, according to multiple sources.
This time around, Trump wasn't in Washington to see the projections in person as he spent the weekend at Mar-a-Lago.
"This is not normal", a segment of the display read, along with messages to "stay vigilant" and "#resist".
The art installation is attributed to Robin Bell, founder of Bell Visuals, and was also shared on Instagram by Candace Reels of Female Collective and political activist Sarah Sophie Flicker, both of whom pioneer social justice.
Democratic Senator Dick Durbin who was present at the meeting confirmed "shithole" was the exact word used by the USA president, recollecting the "hate-filled, vile and racist" things Trump supposedly said. Also projected on the building were things like "pay Trump bribes here".More news: Caddo and Bossier Schools closed Wednesday, Jan. 17
The US President has faced accusations of being racist after he called Haiti, El Salvador and the continent of Africa "s***hole countries", during a briefing on immigraiton. Understandably, Trump has taken a lot of criticism for the remark.
"There is no other word one can use but "racist, '" United Nations human rights spokesman Rupert Colville said of the reported remarks, according to Reuters".
Although the president and a few of his allies later denied that those words were said, others in the room have sworn that the president did indeed use the harsh language attributed to him.
"You can not dismiss entire countries and continents as 's***holes, ' whose entire populations, who are not white, are therefore not welcome".