Activist group Led By Donkeys projected the number of times Trump has played golf during the coronavirus pandemic onto the lawn of his resort in Scotland.

The dates of his golf games appeared alongside the rising death toll in the US at Trump Turnberry in Ayr.

The group also played extracts of Trump's speeches from the run up to his election in 2016, including segments like:

If you become president and you go to the White House, why would you want to leave the White House? 

I love golf, but if I were in the White House I don't think I'd ever see Turnberry again. I don't think I'd ever see Doral again. I own Doral in Miami. I don't think I'd see many of the places that I have. I don't think I'd see anything. I'd just want to stay in the White House and work my ass off. 

The United States has the highest recorded death toll from coronavirus of any country in the world.

But Trump sought to deliberately downplay its threat, according to journalist Bob Woodward, and repeatedly assured Americans that it would simply "disappear".

Meanwhile, he played golf 24 times.

The stunt was praised as "spectacular".

Led By Donkeys are known for projecting their videos onto iconic landmarks. Recently, they projected a video message to the British government from an asylum seeker onto the White Cliffs of Dover.

The group have also projected anti-Brexit and Tory videos at various locations across the UK, as well as billboards calling out politicians' hypocrisy.

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