Trump's crude Access Hollywood tape playing on 12-hour loop on the National Mall

Screenshot from UltraViolet Facebook Live video

One year after its release, President Trump's vulgar Access Hollywood tape is being played on a 12-hour loop, on a giant screen at the National Mall.

In the 2005 tape released by The Washington Post last year, Trump is heard saying, "When you're a star, they let you do it, you can do anything. Grab 'em by the p****," to television host Billy Bush.

The feminist group UltraViolet is behind the striking exhibit. The screen rolling the tape uses the hashtag #WeGrabBack in the lower right corner as a response to Trump's comments.

"Last October, we learned that the now president of the United States is a proud sexual predator," the group wrote in a Facebook event. "Now, his administration is actively dismantling protections for sexual assault survivors and he's still openly assaulting and harassing woman."

Ultra Violet is also holding a 'Rally to Grab Back' in front of the White House.

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