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Anti-Trump ‘Sh—hole' graffiti message appears in Denver

Posted: 4:04 PM, Jan 15, 2018
Updated: 2018-01-15 23:39:49Z
Anti-Trump ‘Sh—hole' graffiti message appears in Denver

DENVER —Graffiti depicting a vulgar word President Trump reportedly used to describe African nations appeared in Denver Monday.

A mural with the word “Sh—hole” was painted on the side of a building near the RTD light rail station at 40th and Colorado. 

The depiction includes an arrow pointing toward an image of the president. The image was still visible as of 3 p.m. Monday.

A local artist who goes by the name of BeLove has claimed responsibility for the mural. In a release sent to the media , the artist says the mural is his way speaking out against "the president’s outrageous conduct."

Trump stands accused of using "sh--hole" to describe African countries during an immigration meeting with a bipartisan group of six senators last week.