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'Sessions must go' projected on DOJ headquarters

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Screen grab of tweet from Robin Bell (@bellvisuals) © Robin Bell via Twitter Screen grab of tweet from Robin Bell (@bellvisuals)

Attorney General Jeff Sessions dressed in a Ku Klux Klan costume and various hashtags were projected on Department of Justice headquarters and the FBI building in Washington, D.C., Thursday night.

Robin Bell (@bellvisuals) claimed credit for the sayings — #SESSIONSMUSTOGO, #WeNeedToSeeTheMemo and #fireSessions — decorating the buildings on Pennsylvania Avenue between the White House and the U.S. Capitol. 

Bell was referring to the memo said to be written by former FBI Director James Comey after a discussion with President Trump about the FBI's investigation into former National Security Adviser Gen. Michael Flynn.

On Monday night, Bell projected "Pay bribes here" and "Emoluments welcome" on the Trump International Hotel, just a few blocks down Pennsylvania Avenue from the DOJ. 

Filmmaker and artist Bell told CNN he projected the words on the hotel to draw attention to accusations that foreign leaders can gain access to the president by paying to stay at the Trump property in nation's capital. 

Bell told CNN it was the fifth time he had projected a message on the Trump International Hotel, and he had no plans of stopping. 

Contributing: Mary Bowerman.

 

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