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 (trumptowerny.com), 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 hatred.www.trumptowerny.com/(what we see is cloudflare offline backup)”
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.”
See Donald Trump by a years:
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)