'This site has been captured': Donald Trump's campaign website hacked

Donald Trump's campaign website was hacked with visitors instead of seeing a cryptocurrency scandal on Wednesday afternoon.


'This site has been captured': Donald Trump's campaign website hacked

When users tried to navigate around the "About" page on Donaldjtrip.com, they received a message announcing: "This site has been taken over."


The message said, "The world had a lot of fake news spread daily by President Donald Trump. Now is the time for the world to know the truth."


"We have evidence that Mr. Trump was completely discredited as president. Prove his criminal interference and cooperation with foreign actors who manipulated the 2020 election. American citizens have no choice.


"Today is the day. The whole world can decide if they want to know that fact."


The message added that the hackers solicited donations on the cryptocurrency platform Monroe in exchange for releasing evidence of corruption.


The hackers did not provide any evidence to support their statements.


Business Insider reported that the website was taken’ offline shortly after the scam appeared. Now it is back to normal.


Trump's presidential campaign said in a statement that it knew the website was "bad."


"We are working with law enforcement to investigate the source of the attack," he said.


"Sensitive data was not released because none of it is actually stored on the site. The website has been restored."


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