The vacation home of one of President Donald Trump’s employees has been vandalized with racist graffiti and racist messages.
“A Great Work” is a slogan used by the Trump Organization.
The home is located on the island of Kona, Hawaii, and is owned by Hilton.
Hilton CEO Michael Jeffries spoke out on social media after the attack on Tuesday.
“Hilton’s commitment to diversity, inclusion and inclusion of all of our employees is one of the top priorities for our company,” Jeffries said in a statement.
“This attack is an attack on the work we do and our community as a whole.
This is an insult to our community and to the Hilton family.”
The house was not affected by the attack, which took place Monday night and Tuesday morning.
The vandalism came hours after the president tweeted that the “bad hombres” were “going to be out in force.”
“They are coming.
They are coming in force,” Trump wrote.
“Bad hombre coming to the US!”
Trump added, “I mean they are going to be taking care of business.”