Anonymous declares fight on GOP 2016 hopeful

Anonymous Declares Dec 11 'ISIS Trolling Day'

The website for Trump Towers, Donald Trump’s glitzy signature skyscraper in Manhattan, went offline for about an hour on Friday after romantic hacking organisation Anonymous denounced a real-estate noble and Republican presidential front-runner for his anti-Muslim comments.

The website for 68-story Trump Towers (, that Trump mostly uses for his presidential campaign, was down after Anonymous (@YourAnonNews) announced on Twitter: “Trump Towers NY site taken down as matter opposite injustice and we see is cloudflare offline backup)”

See also: Hacking organisation Anonymous declares Friday ‘ISIS Trolling Day’

Earlier this week, a organisation posted a video on YouTube with a summary that read: “Donald Trump consider twice before we pronounce anything. You have been warned Mr. Donald Trump.”

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A orator for Trump Towers was not immediately reachable for a comment.

The group’s warning to Trump came days after a outspoken billionaire due to temporarily bar Muslims from entering a United States in response to final week’s sharpened debauch in San Bernardino by dual Muslims who a FBI pronounced had been radicalized.

A new check by New York Times/CBS News showed Americans are some-more aroused about a odds of another militant conflict than during any other time given a weeks after Sept 11, 2001. A chewing clarity of dismay has helped lift Trump to a new high among Republicans who will opinion in primaries to select their party’s hopeful for a Nov 2016 presidential election.

Anonymous, a loose-knit general network of romantic hackers, or “hacktivists,” is famous for rising cyber attacks on groups such as a Islamic State following a attacks in Paris final month that killed 129 people.

(Reporting by Angela Moon in New York and Eleanor Whalley in London; Editing by David Gregorio)

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