Donald Trump speaks to a large group of supporters at a Florida airport hanger the day after his first debate with Hillary Clinton on September 27, 2016 in Melbourne, Florida.
Spencer Platt

And somehow we can't stop singing 'I ain't sorry.' Weird. 

Sydney Scott
Oct, 03, 2016

Donald Trump's new Washington D.C. hotel was tagged, in broad daylight, with Black Lives Matter messaging on Saturday. 

The Trump International Hotel located on Pennsylvania Avenue (set in the Old Post Office) is one of Trump's recent acquisitions. In a video shared to Twitter, a man can be seen tagging the building with "Black Lives Matter" as some dude calls the police and snitches in the background.

As soon as bystanders realize that the police are on their way they alert the tagger, who quickly walks away and disappears into the crowd.

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Later, employees at the hotel are seen placing pieces of plywood over the graffiti. 

It's unclear if the tagger was caught or if police ever arrived. The Old Post Office is currently being leased by Trump, who opened the hotel back in September after making $200 million renovations to the space. 

Rooms at the hotel start at $400 a night.